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Research at the National Literacy Trust
Our research programme is designed to:
- raise literacy attitudes, habits and skills across the UK
- underpin our programmes, campaigns and policy work
- inform our identity as an organisation.
Our research work
- Annual literacy trackers – we ask children, young people and other stakeholders about literacy using large-scale national surveys.
- Issue-led research – we explore literacy issues using multiple approaches to further our understanding on a commission basis
- Evaluating our work– our evidence-based approach means we comprehensively explore the impact of our programmes.
- Bespoke evaluations of programmes or products for others – commission us to help you understand your impact.
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How to support our work.
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Talk at Mealtimes
This short report explores how many young people sit and talk with their family at mealtimes, and the relationship between mealtime talk and young people’s confidence in and attitudes towards communication skills. 31 Jul 2013
Amanda Halden, Christina Clark and Fiona Lewis
National Literacy Trust and Nursery World survey: Investigating communication, literacy and language development in the early years sector
In May 2011 Nursery World and the National Literacy Trust launched its language development survey to celebrate Hello; the national year of communication. The National Literacy Trust teamed up with Nursery World to carry out research into the sector’s sup 12 Jul 2011
Boys, Girls and Communication
In summer 2010 we conducted the first large-scale survey of young people's view on communication skills in the UK. This brief report explores what boys and girls think about communication skills, how confident they are in their skills and how important th 4 May 2011