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09Jul2008Mile Oak wins Reading Connects primary school of the year
Children at Mile Oak Primary will be having an extra special school assembly on Monday 21 July when staff and pupils will celebrate winning the Reading Connects School of the Year competition 2007/08.
08Jul2008National Literacy Trust welcomes findings of Bercow Review
The National Literacy Trust (NLT) welcomes recommendations in the independent review into the speech, language and communication needs of 0-19 year olds by John Bercow MP published today.
26Jun2008Conference on Early Communication Issues
Specialist practitioners and academics will provide a unique insight into early communication issues from a young child’s perspective at the forthcoming Talk To Your Baby (TTYB) conference.
20Jun2008Vision for the future of public libraries
Lynn Brown MP, Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Libraries and Literacy, has given a speech on her personal view on the future of libraries.
03Mar2008World Book Day 2008 and the National Literacy Trust
World Book Day takes place on Thursday 6 March and is "the biggest annual event promoting the enjoyment of books and reading."
11Feb2008Take your family on a reading adventure
To help parents support their children’s reading in and out of the home, and to celebrate the National Year of Reading, the National Literacy Trust has produced a free family reading activity card.
23Jan2008New research shows young people are reading more broadly than ever
New research released by the National Literacy Trust reveals that the majority of children (71%) enjoy reading and rate themselves as proficient readers, but they are more likely to read magazines, websites and emails than fiction.
14Jan2008What’s hot in literacy for 2008
Reading for pleasure should come top of the literacy agenda in 2008, according to a new survey by the National Literacy Trust.
01Nov2007Talk To Your Baby highlights communication consequences
At a conference on Monday 26 November the National Literacy Trust’s early language initiative, Talk To Your Baby (TTYB), will discuss how early communication skills are crucial, not least as a prerequisite for social inclusion.
31Oct2007National Literacy Trust appoints project director for Reading Is Fundamental, UK
The National Literacy Trust is pleased to announce the appointment of Judith Parke as project director of Reading Is Fundamental, UK (RIF).