For familiesWe have lots of fun, quick, and easy activities for Middlesbrough families.Learn more
For schoolsWe support schools to improve their literacy levels, and encourage pupils to read and write in their own time.Learn more
For supportersFind out how you can help to improve literacy in Middlesbrough.Learn more
Success storyView detailsHelen’s baby, James, was born at 28 weeks old, weighing just 2lbs. We provided Helen with books and advice on reading to her premature baby while he was in hospital. NewsRead moreOver a thousand primary school pupils enjoyed an author extravaganza this week to celebrate World Book Day. Success storyView detailsSchoolchildren learn about life in the kitchen as part of a literacy-focused campaign to raise aspirations
Fifth Anniversary Report
Middlesbrough Reads was the first National Literacy Trust Hub. It was establised to break the cycle of poverty and intergenerational low literacy that was impacting on local children’s life chances. In our first five years, we worked with over 40,000 families. You can read more about our impact by downloading our report.