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Take part in our research

Research is at the heart of what we do and we have opportunities for schools, practitioners and parents to take part in our research throughout the year. Find out about the studies that we are currently recruiting for. 

Find out more about our previous research by reading our research reports

Annual literacy survey


Our annual survey of primary and secondary pupils covers reading, writing, speaking, listening and technology use, and takes place in the autumn term. Find out more  

Practitioner literacy survey


Our practitioner survey explores how teachers feel about literacy, in both their professional and personal lives, and how important they perceive literacy to be for other members of staff and the school as a whole. 
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Local Hub surveys - Bradford, Peterborough and Middlesbrough


Through our National Literacy Trust Hubs, we are conducting local surveys of primary and secondary school pupils to collect data about their attitudes, views and behaviour towards reading, writing, speaking and listening.
The surveys, which are being run for the second time in Bradford  and Peterborough, and the fourth time in Middlesbrough, will build a long-term picture of literacy among children and young people from a variety of socio-economic and ethnic backgrounds.

Register now to take part in autumn 2015.
 
 
 

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