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Source Description Date

  • Network  “The Olden Times” newspaper resource
    We’ve joined forces with the Historical Association and children’s newspaper First News to bring you a resource that will help your pupils engage with the history of their local area whilst developing their writing skills.
    9 May 2011 Network members only
  • Kate Norgate - The Crick Crack Club  28 ways to turn children into storytellers
    A fabulous StoryQuest resource from Kate Norgate of The Crick Crack Club in association with The Prince's Foundation for Children & the Arts. Network theme: the power of story.
    2 Feb 2012
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  • Network and Mike Gershon  50+ classroom strategies for supporting EAL students
    Mike Gershon talks about his top five strategies from the EAL toolkit and gives advice about how to support new arrivals.
    30 Nov 2013 Network members only
  • Network   A guide to text types
    This helpful guide contains information about a variety of text types that are used in literacy. Network theme: writing
    1 Mar 2013
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  • Network  A guide to text types (sample)
    This is a sample of our helpful guide that contains information about a variety of text types that are used in literacy.
    8 Mar 2013
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  • Network  A passion for persuasion
    A teacher resource packed with practical ideas for introducing persuasive language to your pupils.
    25 Jul 2011 Network members only
  • National Literacy Trust  A research review: the importance of families and the home environment
    This paper looks in detail at the range of research underpinning the National Literacy Trust’s work with communities and local areas to embed a strategic approach to literacy. It evidences key findings around the importance of families, the home environme
    29 Mar 2011
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  • National Literacy Trust  A snapshot of local support for literacy: 2009 survey
    This report of a survey carried out in 2009 across 13 local authorities. It gives a snapshot of the barriers and opportunities to supporting family literacy across services and partners at a local level.
    29 Mar 2011
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  • National Literacy Trust  A snapshot of local support for literacy: 2010 survey
    This report of a survey carried out in 2010 across seven local authorities. It gives a snapshot of the barriers and opportunities to supporting family literacy across services and partners and compares findings to a similar report in 2009.
    29 Mar 2011
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  •   Achievement chart: CBeebies Magazine Big Reading Adventure
    A resource for children to log their progress in the CBeebies Magazine Big Reading Adventure.
    27 Sep 2013
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