Thank you to our partners and supporters for joining us on this adventure.
Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia
The reading challenge is for all WA students from Kindergarten to Year 10. Our independent schools have embraced the challenge with enthusiasm.
Catholic Education Western Australia
It's no surprise that Western Australia's Catholic schools are enthusiastic about the challenge. Please stand by as they establish fresh and innovative ways to support the project from March to September 2023.
The West Australian and Best Australian YarnAs a literacy challenge, the Premier's Reading Challenge is delighted to sponsor the youth categories of the world's richest short story competition, The Best Australian Yarn.
Founded by The West Australian, students are encouraged to either contribute short stories or read the work of their peers and log them as valid entries for the 2023 Premier's Reading Challenge.
New South Wales Premier’s Reading Challenge
Sharing tips from teachers gathered over 20 years of the reading challenge program.
Premier’s Reading Challenge South Australia
Sharing their booklist of more than 7,000 titles which has been collated since 2004.
Western Australian School Library Association
WASLA provides professional development and networking opportunities to all school library staff, whether professional, paraprofessional, or clerical in government and non-government schools. They are supporting the challenge and its benefits.
Westbooks is Western Australia’s only full-service school library supplier. They are supporting the challenge with curatorial advice and the distribution of weekly book prizes.
Support and assistance in providing WA authors for the challenge booklist.
The August readathon will operate as usual and student reading will be eligible for inclusion in the Premier’s Reading Challenge.
State Library of Western Australia and all WA public libraries
Assistance in spreading the challenge message to Western Australia’s public libraries.
Western Australian Council of State School Organisations
Each school P&C is the community backbone of the area it operates. We are grateful to parents and carers for taking an interest in the Challenge opportunity and supporting students to expand their reading horizons.