Education Recovery – Schools programmes

Highly engaging, fully funded and evaluated programmes to motivate children and young people in all aspects of literacy

Enrich your literacy teaching

We provide a range of support for you to deliver a holistic, broad and creative recovery curriculum and develop your pupils' confidence and motivation around reading, writing and communication. Every academic year we deliver at least 50 programmes across the country. You can find out more about the ones we are recruiting for now below, or read further information on our programmes.

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    Changing the Story Reading Programme

    Supporting primary school children to develop their reading skills and confidently read for enjoyment too. Developed in partnership with Hachette UK.
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    Young Nottingham Poets

    Learn more about our poetry project for Nottingham schools for 2022.
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    Young Bradford Poets

    Learn more about our poetry project for Bradford schools for 2022.
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  • Words for Work

    Words for Work: KS3 or KS4

    Business volunteers bring workplace communication into the classroom to support speaking and listening skills. Opportunities in Havant, Chatham, London, Birmingham and Bradford.
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    Words for Work: Post-16

    Businesses open their doors to students giving them an insight into literacy and communication. Current opportunities for schools in Birmingham and London.
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    Through NewsWise, we help teachers empower pupils to access, understand, analyse and participate in the news. Currently seeking schools in the East Midlands, East Anglia and the south east of England.
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Deliver your recovery curriculum

Discover further support for helping you to close the literacy learning gaps

Explore all options in our Education Recovery area