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Our Middlesbrough Hub identifies local literacy problems and addresses them by working with local partners. It focuses on ensuring children are ready to start school, encouraging reading from birth, and improving the literacy outcomes of teenage boys. 

About our work in Middlesbrough

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The Middlesbrough Reading Campaign launched in 2013, in partnership with Middlesbrough City Council. Find out more.

Highlights to date

Middlesbrough pupilsRead about campaign successes since the launch of the Middlesbrough Hub. See highlights

News and events

Presentation of the Summer Reading Challenge 2015 winner's certificate at Northenden Library.Keep up to date with all the latest Middlesbrough news and events you can be a part of. Read news


benchBusinesses play an important role in improving literacy levels in Middlesbrough. Get in touch to get involved

Middlesbrough Mum

HelenHelen, mum of premature baby James, shares how books gave her strength and helped her to bond with her baby during the first few weeks of his life. Read her blog


boy parentsIf you're a parent or carer, find out how you can support your child's literacy development. See tips and information.


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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.