All-Party Parliamentary Group on Literacy
Our All-Party Parliamentary Literacy Group launched in November 2011 and is committed ensuring parliamentary knowledge and support for the latest research, policy and best practice in the field of literacy.
It was reformed following the May 2015 General Election and is co-chaired by Stephen McPartland MP and Stephen Twigg MP, with Lord Knight and Lord Tope as officers.
Roundtable on education white paper - 23 May 2016
We held a high-level roundtable in Parliament to discuss the white paper and its implications for the education sector and literacy specifically. Themes discussed include the delivery of school improvement services and changes to ITT and QTS.
Speakers included Carl Ward, Chief Executive, City Learning Trust, Stoke-on-Trent, Geoff Barton, headteacher, King Edward VI School, Bury St Edmunds, Frances Child, Vice Principal, University of Birmingham School, Director of School-Led Initial Teacher Education, Professor Debra Myhill, Graduate School of Education, University of Exeter, Sarah Hubbard, Ofsted, National Lead for English (primary and secondary stage) and Dawn Elliot, Head of Partnership Tax, KPMG and governor at The City Academy.
The discussion was chaired by Baroness Kay Andrews and Stephen McPartland MP and a policy briefing will be released in autumn 2016.
Commissions and reports
Click here for previous commissions and reports of the APPG on Literacy.
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