Your school needs you!
Whether you work in a school or have school-aged children yourself, you’ll know the importance of a good school library – and not just for learning. Studies show that reading for pleasure doesn’t just give children an advantage academically; it can improve their wellbeing too.
Nominate a school to win below, and if your entry is picked, not only will your chosen school be able to refresh their library for generations of children to come with our massive £5,000/€5,000 National Book Tokens prize, you’ll also take home £100/€120 of National Book Tokens just for you. The more nominations your school receives, the higher their chances of winning – so don’t forget to share on Facebook and Twitter!
Spread the word - download and print a poster to display in your school, shop or other public space:
National Book Tokens schools prize poster (Sterling)
National Book Tokens schools prize poster (Euro)
The prize draw closes on 31st July, and the winner will be announced at the start of the new school year in September, so keep an eye on our emails, Facebook and Twitter! Read the full terms and conditions.
About National Book Tokens
National Book Tokens have been inspiring booklovers since 1932. We work with our charity partners at World Book Day, Book Aid International and Read for Good – and through the thousands of people who give National Book Tokens as gifts and rewards to children and young adults each year – to encourage a lifelong love of reading among children everywhere.
Accepted in thousands of bookshops, online and on eBooks, National Book Tokens are the perfect way to reward and inspire.
2018 – Holly Park Primary School in London
"This prize will enable us to buy a lot of books. Our English team are looking forward to going on a book buying spree!"
2017 – Killermont Primary School in Glasgow
“We are absolutely thrilled to hear we have won these book tokens for our library!
We will be able to significantly refresh our library. Last year we started the process of creating a "dyslexia friendly" section, and a graphic novel section within our library, and the tokens will give us a great boost in promoting these developments, in addition to providing new novels for the entire school.”
2016 – Camperdown Primary School in Dundee
2015 – Stanley Road Primary School in Worcestershire
2014 – Milltimber School in Aberdeen