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QA employees help children to read 

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QA to engage employees in regular volunteering as part of new charity partnership with Coram Beanstalk 

QA – the UK's leading IT training provider – has announced that as part of its new charity partnership with national reading charity, Coram Beanstalk, it will be giving staff the opportunity to volunteer regularly during work hours to support children with reading at local primary schools across the country. 

As part of the newly-launched partnership, QA would like to see around 10% of its workforce volunteering with Coram Beanstalk on a regular basis. QA will also aim to raise at least £50,000 during the course of the next 12 months to help the charity continue to expand its vital work.  

What makes a great primary school teacher?

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Primary school teachers carry a lot of responsibility – helping to shape the future of the next generation of young people by setting them up with the building blocks for the rest of their lives.

Children of all backgrounds need to be inspired to be able to read and write and it’s up to primary teachers to unlock the ability in every young pupil, not matter how able.

Some people have an inherent ability to be able to provide the inspiration children need.