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  • National Literacy Trust  Delivering a winning performance: A "top tips" film clip from a WWE® Superstar
    WWE® Superstar Kofi Kingston provides advice on how to deliver a tip-top speech. This resource is designed to complement the WWE® Voice it! competition.
    8 Jun 2011
  • Reading for Life  Reading for Life TV advert
    Celebrities including Jo Brand, Ronnie Corbett and Gerri Halliwell, encourage the nation to get reading in our Reading for Life TV ad.
    13 Apr 2011
  • Siren Films  Maddi reads a book - courtesy of Siren Films
    In this clip Maddi (two years old) reads a book with her dad.
    15 Oct 2010
  • Siren Films  Singing Games - courtesy of Siren Films
    In this brief clip mother and baby (6 months) are playing a singing game on the floor.
    15 Oct 2010
  • National Literacy Trust/Tom Palmer  Tom Palmer's thoughts on reading
    Tom tells us his story about how he changed from being a boy who hated reading into a man who not only loves reading, but writes for a living.
    13 Sep 2010
  • National Literacy Trust/Tom Palmer  Tom Palmer's top tips for writing
    Tom outlines his tips and ideas to help pupils write for a competition. Although the competition has now closed, you will still find the tips useful.
    13 Sep 2010
  •   Building bridges
    Students at All Saints Catholic College film their teachers talking about books.
    4 May 2010
  •   Talking Trailers
    Regents Park Community Primary School uses picture books as inspiration for film trailers.
    14 Apr 2010
  • Norland College  Norland College forward-facing buggy ride
    This video is ten minutes of a longer video produced by Norland College to highlight how it feels for a baby to ride in a forward-facing buggy.
    1 Apr 2010
  • Stockport local authority  Fit4Reading in Stockport local authority
    The Fit 4 Reading scheme is run by Stockport local authority with secondary schools in the area. It is a reading project which sees Year 10 pupils trained as reading coaches to enable them to help Level 3 Year 7 pupils improve and enjoy their reading.
    22 Mar 2010
 
 

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