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Father and daughterOur literacy hub model targets a range of interventions in the communities that need them the most. Find out more


Family readingWe are working with Bradford Council to improve boys' writing, engage dads in their children’s learning and boost literacy levels of Roma and Slovak children. 
Find out about our work in Bradford.


Manchester girl being read to at Children's Book FestivalWe have joined forces with Manchester City Council to create Read Manchester, a campaign to promote reading and boost literacy throughout the city.
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Our patron and mascotWe are working with Middlesbrough Council to improve literacy outcomes of teenage boys and provide literacy support to families with young children and premature babies. Read about our work in Middlesbrough. 


Secondary school studentsWe are working with Peterborough Council to improve school readiness and improve pupils’ transition between primary and secondary school. Read about our work in Peterborough.


Volunteer working with secondary kidsStoke Reads is a campaign from Stoke-on-Trent City Council and the National Literacy Trust to promote reading and boost literacy throughout the city. Find out about Stoke Reads.

Local business promise

Family in streetLocal businesses can play a big part in raising local literacy levels. Make your local business promise.

Local authority literacy pledge

notts pledgeAre you a local authority looking to engage your schools with literacy?

Work with us to create a bespoke, localised ten-point pledge that is adapted to take into account the local needs, priorities and existing activities. Find out more

Work with us

Family in streetWe are the leading authority on literacy. Work with us to improve literacy levels in your area.Find out more.
National Literacy Trust Hubs report May 2016

Our Hubs have been improving educational outcomes from the early years to secondary schools since 2012.

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The National Literacy Trust is a registered charity no. 1116260 and a company limited by guarantee no. 5836486 registered in England and Wales and a registered charity in Scotland no. SC042944.
Registered address: 68 South Lambeth Road, London SW8 1RL.