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Our approach

Our literacy hub model targets a range of interventions in the communities that need them the most. 
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Family reading


We are working with Bradford Council to improve boys' writing at Key Stage 2 and 3, engage dads in their children’s learning and boost literacy levels of Roma and Slovak children. 
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Manchester girl being read to at Children's Book Festival


We 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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We are working with Middlesbrough Council to improve literacy outcomes of teenage boys and provide literacy support to families with young children and premature babies. 
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Secondary school students


We are working with Peterborough Council to improve school readiness, accelerate progress of EAL children and improve pupils’ transition between primary and secondary school. 
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Volunteer working with secondary kids


Stoke Reads is a campaign from Stoke City Council and the National Literacy Trust to promote reading and boost literacy throughout the city. 
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Family in street

Local business promise

Local businesses can play a big part in raising local literacy levels.

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We are the leading authority on literacy. Work with us to improve literacy levels in your area. Find our more.
NEW - 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.