Premier's Reading Challenge for All Saints

Get ready to read!
We are delighted to invite All Saints students to join in the 2020 Premier’s Reading Challenge.  Last year, 168,000 students from 937 schools across the state took part in the challenge, reading an astounding 2.31 million books. What an incredible result!

The reading period for Prep- Year 6 begins this Monday 11 May and closes Friday 28 August.

This year the Premier has invited all students to take on the challenge.  

  • ​Prep, Year 1, Year 2, students should read or experience at least 20 books; (Experiencing books can include shared reading, listening to stories, or reading picture books)

  • Years 3 and 4 should read at least 20 books, and

  • Years 5 and 6 should read at least 15 books.


  • Students in Prep and Year 1 will be completing this in class so no individual form is required.

  • Students in Years 2- 6 wishing to take part in this year’s challenge can register by completing the individual form which can be found here.

  • For those students at home, completed forms can be emailed to Mrs. Bradford at

  • Every student who completes the challenge will receive a Certificate of Achievement signed by the Premier.

  • For more information you can visit the website here.

Never has it been easier to complete the Premier’s Reading Challenge. Tune in to Channel Nine’s reading@home TV this Thursday from 8.30-9.00am on Channel 9 Go.

On 7 May, Tim Jackman will be reading Mrs. Hehir’s favourite story, Clare Mc Fadden’s book, The Flying Orchestra. In this episode, you will learn about vocabulary. Each episode features reading coaches from the department’s Reading Centre and local authors reading books aloud.