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Find out more about the National Literacy Trust.
17Sep2010Join the Minister for Schools and other key figures to debate literacy at the political party conferences
The National Literacy Trust is holding a fringe debate event at each political party conference this autumn.
15Sep2010School libraries are too often a wasted resource
School Library Commission announces key findings and recommendations in new report.
13Sep2010National Literacy Trust and Puffin launch free football resources and competition to kick off new football season
The National Literacy Trust and Tom Palmer, author of the Foul Play football series, have teamed up again to develop free literacy resources for teachers and literacy professionals to celebrate the start of the new football season.
09Sep2010Build-A-Bear Workshop® proudly supports the National Literacy Trust
Build-A-Bear Workshop®, the interactive entertainment retailer of customised stuffed animals, is supporting the National Literacy Trust.
25Aug2010Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall to visit National Literacy Trust project in celebration of International Literacy Day
On International Literacy Day (8 September), Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall will visit an inspirational National Literacy Trust project in Wiltshire where she will read an extract from a children's book.
18Aug2010National Literacy Trust research reveals widening gender gap in boys’ and girls’ attitudes towards reading and writing
The widening gender gap in boys’ and girls’ achievement, as shown in the recent Sats results, is supported by new National Literacy Trust research.
10Aug2010Innovative speaking and listening course sets teenagers up for success
The Words For Work evaluation report, published this week reveals that 9 in 10 young people believe they communicate better as a result of taking part in the first pilot.
20Jul2010National Literacy Trust founder Sir Simon Hornby has passed away
The National Literacy Trust is extremely saddened to learn of the death of our President, founder and former Chairman Sir Simon Hornby.
28Jun2010Young people learn tricks of the trade from local businesses
Innovative National Literacy Trust project celebrates successful pilot.
01Jun2010Children three times more likely to say ‘reading is boring’ if not encouraged by mum
Findings from new National Literacy Trust research published tomorrow (Wednesday 2 June) show that family encouragement to read has an enormous impact on children and young people’s attitudes towards reading and their reading test scores.