Resources for teachers
To support teaching, both in the classroom and online, we have a range of free resources for early years, primary and secondary school classes.
We target our work in the communities that need help most, working with local partners to deliver place-based solutions. National Literacy Trust Hubs create long-term change in communities where low levels of literacy are entrenched, intergenerational and seriously impacting on people’s lives.
Parents and the home learning environment have the greatest effect on how a child develops language and literacy skills. Our site Words for Life gives developmental milestones, tips, fun resources and advice to help parents support their children’s literacy development.
We rely on the generous support of individuals, communities and businesses to continue our vital work to transform lives through literacy.
On Tuesday we re-launched the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Literacy.
We are delighted to announce that 18 publishers and 32 authors are involved in our Connecting Stories campaign.
Our patron, Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall, has launched an Instagram-based book club called The Reading Room