2024 Premier's Reading Challenge


PRC student site

Welcome to the NSW Premier's Reading Challenge 
The Challenge aims to encourage a love of reading for leisure and pleasure in students, and to enable them to experience quality literature. It is not a competition but a challenge to each student to read, to read more and to read more widely. The Premier's Reading Challenge (PRC) is open to all NSW students in Kindergarten to Year 10, in government, independent, Catholic and home schools. If you need help using the website and the answer cannot be found on the PRC Support site, please contact us at prc@det.nsw.edu.au 

2024 Challenge dates

Monday 26 February 2024: Challenge opens
Friday 23 August 2024: Challenge closes for student entries 
Friday 6 September 2024: Challenge closes for coordinator validations 

 
New Coordinator resources
The PRC team have developed new resources to assist schools with coordinating the Challenge. Visit the Tips and Teaching notes to access our updated guides and templates.

2024 Digital Launch & Guided Illustration 
View the digital launch and guided illustration

Non-Government account issues

If you are a non-government coordinator encountering issues with your student upload, please refer to this help article on our support site.  

Non-government DoE staff accounts expire every 12 months. If you are a non-government coordinator experiencing issues with your DoE Login, please ask your principal to reactivate your account by following these instructions on our support site. 

If you are a non-government school looking to participate in the PRC for the first time, please refer to this help article

PRC Rules


Please see the rules page for more information about the 2024 PRC rules, including updates made for this year's Challenge. 

New booklist update

The Term 2 2024 PRC booklist is now live! Click on the image below, or visit the booklists page to check out the new titles added to the PRC booklists this year!

New 2024 PRC Booklists


The 2024 NSW Premier's Reading Challenge is proudly supported by Digital Partner, ePlatform and Supporter, Primary English Teaching Association Australia (PETAA).