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13Nov2008Minister of State for Schools and special guests celebrate the 15th anniversary of the National Literacy Trust
Jim Knight MP was joined by bestselling author Adele Parks, Angelina Ballerina illustrator/ author Helen Craig, The Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler, footballer Graeme Murty and Bashment Artist Mr Midas.
12Nov2008Family reading to receive a boost
A pioneering approach to encourage reading in families receives a substantial boost from HarperCollins Publishers today. The National Literacy Trust is delighted to announce that the publisher is sponsoring an innovative new pilot scheme.
12Nov2008WWE ® Superstars encourage kids to read
WWE Superstar MVP® and WWE Diva Natalya® , visited Christ the King Primary School in Islington on Monday 10 th November, to support the National Literacy Trust’s WrestleMania Reading Challenge programme.
24Oct2008Pitney Bowes Pushes The Envelope to raise best ever total for National Literacy Trust
Pitney Bowes’ annual Pushing the Envelope charity auction has raised £13,000 for the National Literacy Trust.
17Sep2008WrestleMania Reading Challenge returns to the ring
This week World Wrestling Entertainment® (WWE®) and the National Literacy Trust (NLT) are relaunching the WrestleMania® Reading Challenge with the aim of encouraging children to read.
11Sep2008Get a life: Reading is key to future happiness
National Literacy Trust findings, published today by the National Year of Reading, reveal that reading can reduce loneliness, dissatisfaction with life, and even cut chances of divorce.
02Sep2008National Literacy Trust launches new initiative to support early years practitioners
Early Reading Connects brings the joy of stories and words to early years children and their families
25Aug2008Children’s literacy skills survive the summer heat
Research shows worth of the WHSmith Summer Read that gives over 7,000 free books to children at events throughout the summer
14Jul2008Summit on children's poetry
The National Literacy Trust, the Poetry Book Society and Macmillan Children’s Books led a summit yesterday (14 July 2008) to examine growing concern over children’s poetry.
09Jul2008Burnwood wins Reading Champions primary school of the year
Children at Burnwood Community School in Stoke-on-Trent, will be having an extra special school assembly on Wednesday 16 July when staff and pupils will celebrate winning the Reading Champions School of the Year competition 2007/08.