PLRS

(redirected from Premier League Reading Stars)
AcronymDefinition
PLRSPosition Location Reporting System
PLRSPremier League Reading Stars (UK)
PLRSPassive Laser Restraint System (Knight Rider/KITT)
PLRSPlastics and Reconstructive Surgery (medical code)
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The lesson formed part of the Premier League Reading Stars initiative, delivered by the Liverpool FC Foundation, and was as a reward for youngsters from New Park Primary School for all their hard work during the school term.
National Literacy Trust research has found less than a third of young people read outside school every day, so it's joined up with the Premier League to run Premier League Reading Stars, an annual initiative which has enlisted the help of 20 Premier League footballers to use children's passion for football to motivate them to enjoy reading.
National Literacy Trust research ational Literacy Trust research has found less than a third of has found less than a third of young people read outside young people read outside school every day, so it's joined up school every day, so it's joined up with the Premier League to run with the Premier League to run Premier League Reading Stars, Premier League Reading Stars, an annual initiative which has an annual initiative which has enlisted the help of 20 Premier enlisted the help of 20 Premier League footballers to use children's League footballers to use children's passion for football to passion for football to motivate them to enjoy motivate them to enjoy reading.
Last week I was honoured to meet the Duchess of Cornwall, patron of the National Literacy Trust, and 100 schoolchildren to launch the Premier League Reading Stars programme.
Joey Barton, who has joined the Premier League Reading Stars initiative.
Joey Barton, for the Premier League Reading Stars initiative.
Premier League Reading Stars (PLRS) is aimed at children and parents who love football, but may not feel the same way about reading.
The campaign, Premier League Reading Stars, involves leading footballers such as David James, who have nominated their favourite book to create a list of top reads.
The Aston Villa, Birmingham City and West Bromwich Albion stars joined the Premier League Reading Stars project, which involved one player from each of the 20 top-flight clubs nominating their favourite read.
Premier League Reading Stars gets a footballer from each of the 20 Premier League clubs in England to nominate his favourite book.
The Arts Council scheme, dubbed Premier League Reading Stars, is run by the National Literacy Trust.
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