We’re offering 25% off our popular reading intervention Skills Academy to celebrate our 25th anniversary.
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One of the country’s leading educational suppliers, BookLife, has set up a new scheme to support school libraries and help primary schools improve their literacy skills.
Our new research finds that children born into communities with the most serious literacy challenges have some of the lowest life expectancies in England.
We held an expert witness session of our Commission on Fake News and the Teaching of Critical Literacy in Schools and launched a call for evidence to gather further input from organisations and individuals on this important issue.
We are gifting 25 free memberships for schools, as part of our 25th anniversary celebrations.
Our Patron HRH The Duchess of Cornwall visited women’s prison HMP Styal in Cheshire last week to find out more about how prisoners' lives are being transformed by our Books Unlocked programme.
New businesses signing the Vision for Literacy Business Pledge in 2018 include John Lewis, Clarks and Metro Bank.
20 local nursery, primary and secondary schools have signed the Bradford Schools Literacy Pledge, committing to an increased focus on literacy in their schools and settings.
From today, primary schools can register their interest in taking part in our new programme, News Wise, which aims to help teachers empower their pupils to access, understand, analyse and participate in the news.
The Read On. Get On. coalition, for which we hold the secretariat, has today launched a new robust measure of children’s reading at age 11 in England.
Cressida Cowell has won the coveted Ruth Rendell Award 2017 for her tireless championing of literacy throughout the UK.
Cressida Cowell leads our Christmas Stories campaign to give a disadvantaged child their very first book this Christmas.
Families had the chance to take home free books at Stockton’s highly anticipated Christmas lights switch on, thanks to the Read North East campaign.
On Tuesday 28 November, our Patron Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall visited Stoke-on-Trent to celebrate the work of our Hub in the city with school children, authors and local organisations.
Pupils from schools across the UK came together this week to take part in our first ever Skills Academy celebration day.
We have published a new research review today which shows that reading personalised print books with young children could help them develop their early literacy, language and communication skills.
We are delighted to have partnered with Walker Books to create a Literacy Toolkit which businesses can gift to a local primary school or community group.