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21Apr2009Why the first years last forever
Talk To Your Baby conference highlights the power of early brain development and what clever communicators babies are.
18Apr2009Footballers sign to Reading Stars club
Scottish Premier League players champion literacy programme for second year.
17Apr2009Footballers sign to Reading Stars club
SPL players champion literacy programme for second year.
03Apr2009Premier League stars Rooney and Carragher are reading role models
New study by National Literacy Trust reveals that sports people are powerful role models for reading.
17Dec2008Scream Street author celebrates achievements in reading at Middlesbrough primary school
British Land funds free books for all 220 pupils at special author visit
15Dec2008International bestselling writer James Patterson to make rare UK visit to promote his new literary initiative
James Patterson will be in the UK in April 2009 to promote an exciting competition run in partnership with the National Literacy Trust (NLT).
12Dec2008Reading for Life campaign to continue work of 2008 National Year of Reading
Government departments, publishers, local authorities and corporates back new reading campaign.
01Dec2008Black celebrities stand up as reading role models - Star Reads 2008 launches
Tim Campbell, winner of 2005’s The Apprentice, award winning British rapper Kano, and writer, director, and star of Adulthood Noel Clarke are among the famous names taking part in the Star Reads campaign.
25Nov2008Debate reveals education sector needs earlier and stronger engagement with business
Business and education leaders met today to debate the challenge of creating a literate workforce
21Nov2008Baby buggies may undermine child development
First ever study on the psychological effects of buggies reveals life in a 21st century baby buggy can be emotionally isolated and language-poor, which carries implications for children’s brain development.