We publish new research with Lancôme revealing that the aspirations of 43% of young people are undermined by a lack of confidence and gender inequality, with young women facing the...
NewsRead more NewsRead moreOur new research to mark World Book Day has revealed that almost three quarters (72%) of children aged 8 to 11 in the North East enjoy reading. NewsRead moreA record number of children enjoy reading and there has been a dramatic increase in the number of children who read every day, according to new research by the... NewsRead moreWe teamed up with Penguin Random House to host an exclusive schools event with the world-famous Diary of Wimpy Kid author Jeff Kinney, as part of our Read North East campaign. ResearchView detailsThis report outlines findings about the impact of access to an ebooks platform on pupils’ reading motivation and skills over the academic year 2014/15. NewsRead moreAs World Book Day is celebrated on Thursday 1 March, new research has been released showing improvements in the reading attitudes and behaviours of secondary school pupils in... NewsRead morePupils from primary schools across Manchester have enjoyed football-themed author events this week, as part of a project funded by the SHINE Trust. NewsRead more
MP Lucy Powell visits our Bradford Hub following positive first year report on literacy attitudes in the districtThe Shadow Secretary of State for Education is visiting our National Literacy Trust Hub in Bradford today. Lucy Powell MP’s visit follows the publication of ...
NewsRead moreWe are delighted to launch an exciting comic strip competition with Penguin Random House, as part of the North East campaign. It gives pupils across the region the opportunity to... ResearchView detailsThe 2008 National Year of Reading (NYR) was delivered by a consortium of partners led by the National Literacy Trust. NewsRead more
Cressida Cowell supports the Read On. Get On. campaign to narrow the gender gap in children’s readingThe Read On. Get On. coalition has launched a new report and some exciting resources from Cressida Cowell today, with a focus on closing the gender gap in children’s reading.
NewsRead moreManchester will be home to a trail of iconic BookBenches across the city next summer, in a drive to get the city reading and improve literacy levels.