Our conferences bring together education professionals from across the UK to explore and disseminate the latest and best approaches for improving literacy. With events tailored to primary, secondary and early years settings our conferences provide the support and resources to help tackle your literacy challenges.
We have reached thousands of delegates with events focusing on: the National Curriculum, boys' literacy, effective grammar teaching, writing attainment, the pupil premium, communication skills, and even talking to babies.
Oxfordshire Gaining Momentum - June 2016
Since 2014, the National Literacy Trust has worked in partnership with 16 Oxfordshire secondary schools to improve literacy using a combination of cross-curricular approaches.As the project comes to a close we would like to share the results with you to inspire school improvement through literacy within your own school.
The conference will include expert guest speakers including Paul Clayton, director of the National Association for the Teaching of English (NATE) and Suzanne Edwards, Oxfordshire County Council School Intervention Leader.
You will also be able to find out about our traded school improvement offers.The conference is free to attend and lunch will be provided.
Talk To Your Baby - February 2016
Thanks to everyone who attended this year's hugely successful conference on 29 February. All delegates can now view and download the presentations from the day here.
You will need a password to access this page - if you attended the conference but have not received your password, please email us.
Follow for #TTYB2016 on Twitter to find out about how the day went and share your own thoughts.
If you were unable to attend this year's conference, why not visit our Talk To Your Baby Resources page to access a huge range of tools and inspiration to use in your setting and prepare you for next year's conference!