The Fatherhood Institute is inviting Britain’s dads to get into the habit of reading with their children via Fathers’ Story Week, set to take place across the UK in the week leading up to Father's Day, on 10 to 16 June.
Fathers' Story Week, now in its third year, is a nationwide celebration of the power of dads’ reading with their children. It takes place in schools, nurseries, libraries, prisons – wherever dads can be supported to help their children’s learning.
This year, for the first time, everyone taking part in Fathers’ Story Week is also invited to sign up for Fathers Reading Every Day (FRED) – a 4-week supported reading programme which can help dads and children develop a reading habit to last a lifetime. Read the full story »