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Reading scheme helps pupils.

CHILDREN have been improving their reading skills with the help of a building society.

Employees from Principality's head office in Cardiff and Llanishen took part in Better Readers, a project with Llanishen High School to help pupils who need support with their literacy. An end of year celebration was held for pupils with a reading session from storyteller Michael Harvey.

Marissa Early, literacy co-ordinator at Llanishen high School, said: "The support from Principality staff has been invaluable. Not only have they helped pupils to progress academically but also with their confidence and selfesteem. We look forward to the start of our third year in partnership in September."

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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Aug 7, 2014
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