A set of posters to help you evaluate your current literacy provision and develop an action plan for moving forward.
Words for WorkLearn more
Words for Work is the National Literacy Trust’s flagship literacy and employability programme.
Literacy for LifeLearn more
Literacy for Life helps students develop the literacy skills they need to do well at school and in their future lives.
Lyric MastersLearn more
Lyric Masters uses songwriting to encourage secondary school students to write for pleasure and purpose.
Skills AcademyLearn more
Skills Academy helps Year 7 and 8 students improve their reading, rewarding their progress by teaching them exciting freestyle football tricks, beatbox techniques and breakdance routines.
Young City PoetsLearn more
Young City Poets gives pupils the opportunity to visit famous cultural venues in their city, using the visits to inspire poetry.
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One of our most popular membership resources. A yearly compilation of recent research and policy developments in literacy to support busy practitioners in...
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Use this presentation to support and train subject staff about how to embed grammar teaching across the secondary curriculum.
Language and Literacy within the Curriculum CPDLearn more
Develop literacy teaching across the secondary curriculum and get your students writing like experts in their subject
Understanding the Literacy Requirements of the new GCSEsLearn more
Explore language features of different subjects and develop skills to embed literacy in your teaching
Reading for Pleasure CPDLearn more
Engage with research and develop sustainable strategies to embed a culture of reading in your school and classroom
CompetitionsSee our current competitions.
We run exciting competitions every term to inspire young people and help improve their literacy.
School libraries: Why children and young people use them or not, their literacy engagement and mental wellbeingView details
In this report, we discuss school libraries from the point of view of children and young people. It explores how many children use the school library, why...
We surveyed 44,097 children aged 8-18 to look into the link between book ownership, literacy engagement and mental wellbeing.
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