Pupils offer reading help

Rachel Kelly, of Reading Matters, pictured presenting students with  their 'Readers Leaders' OCN certificates. L-r Ashleigh Turner, 18, Naresh Ghale, 18, Liam Marsh, 18, Kelvin Slesser-Marriott, 18, Sam Ardron, LSA, Ricky-Lee Theobald, 17, Catherine Lane, 17 and Chloe Queen, 18. Picture: Marie Caley D3313MC
Rachel Kelly, of Reading Matters, pictured presenting students with their 'Readers Leaders' OCN certificates. L-r Ashleigh Turner, 18, Naresh Ghale, 18, Liam Marsh, 18, Kelvin Slesser-Marriott, 18, Sam Ardron, LSA, Ricky-Lee Theobald, 17, Catherine Lane, 17 and Chloe Queen, 18. Picture: Marie Caley D3313MC
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PUPILS have been recognised for their caring work to help youngsters with reading and literacy.

A group of sixth formers from The Armthorpe School were presented with an Open College Network certificate having completed their time as a ‘Reading Leader’.

Lesley Hurworth, librarian for the Mere Lane school, said the mentors had worked tirelessly to help year seven pupils with their reading and developing new literacy skills which they can now use in their school lessons.

Rachel Kelly, of mentor group Reading Matters, was on hand to give out the certificates.