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Early reading and phonics

For the teaching of early reading to be successful, it needs a balanced and creative approach in a context of rich oral language development. Back to literacy areas

Free resources

booksMr Men & Little Miss Big Reading Adventure
A full set of resources providing a platform to promote storytelling, communication and language in a fun and exciting way

CBeebies magazine
Activities for practitioners and parents of children aged three to five. 

HELLO resources
Support for practitioners and parents from our Helping Early Language and Literacy Outcomes (HELLO) programme

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CPD and workshops

booksTalk to Your Baby conference
Our annual conference is renowned for its in-depth and engaging reviews of policy, research and practice. 

Programmes and further support

PL 1017 Logo Reading Stars RGB Vertical HREarly Words Together
Training practitioners to support parents of children aged two to five with language development and school readiness.


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Literacy Guide for Schools 2016/17

In line with policy, informed by research, inspired by good practice.

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Annual Literacy Review 2016/17

Review your current literacy provision and develop an action plan for moving forward.

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