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08Oct2007National Literacy Trust conference, 11 October 2007 Every home a reading home: creating an effective local strategy
Supported by UPS, the National Literacy Trust conference ‘Every home a reading home: creating an effective local strategy’,will show how local government can help to change people’s lives through literacy.
04Oct2007WrestleMania ® Reading Challenge: World Wrestling Entertainment ® to tag team with the National Literacy Trust to promote reading in 1300 schools across the UK
This autumn World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE®) is forming a tag team with the National Literacy Trust (NLT) to target schools in England to prove that there is nothing weedy about reading!
20Aug2007The National Literacy Trust and The Reading Agency lead partnership to manage the National Year of Reading
The National Literacy Trust and The Reading Agency are delighted that they have been appointed by the Department for Children, Schools and Families to manage the National Year of Reading in 2008.
06Aug2007Talking made easier for parents
Talking tips for parents are now available in 12 different languages from Talk To Your Baby, a campaign run by the National Literacy Trust to encourage parents to communicate with children from birth.
26Jul2007Reading's hot this summer
Imagine going to the library and getting to keep the books you choose. This summer children across the UK will be coming away from libraries and playschemes with books and other reading-related treats thanks to a partnership between the National Literacy
02Jul2007Talk To Your Baby Conference 2007: Communication Consequences
Early communication experiences can have powerful consequences, both good and bad. Be inspired to ensure that all children get the best at the forthcoming Talk To Your Baby Conference.
29Jun2007Do the write thing
A new online resource will help teachers get everyone excited about writing. The website www.everybodywrites.org.uk, which is launched today, provides inspirational ideas and practical resources to support writing in schools.
27Jun2007National Literacy Trust hopeful that Brown will bring a renewed commitment to literacy
The National Literacy Trust has today written to Gordon Brown to congratulate him on his new role as Prime Minister and to remind him of the urgent literacy priorities that he will need to address.
13Jun2007Getting the blokes on board
When fathers take part in their children’s learning, it can boost attainment and motivation and contribute to improved life chances, which is why the National Literacy Trust has produced a new magazine to support practitioners in reaching out to fathers.
29May2007Help inspire reluctant readers by recommending books online
Lovereading4schools and the National Literacy Trust are working together to develop book lists for reluctant readers.