Access inspiration, resources and support to improve literacy provision across the school. Find out more.
View our latest resources for literacy leaders to develop and deliver their own CPD plus a fantastic five-week poetry scheme of work.
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To celebrate Euro 2016 and commemorate the centenary of the Battle of the Somme, we have teamed up with children's author Tom Palmer to bring schools a series of exciting activities. Find out more.
A literacy toolkit and live sixteen-chapter story will be available for free download and Network members will also be able to access a series of writing activities.
New CPD: Outstanding Literacy Leadership series
Our new CPD programme for primary and secondary schools supports teachers to engage with research in order to improve literacy outcomes for pupils.
The new series includes Improving Boys' Literacy (Key Stage 2), Reading for Enjoyment (Key Stages 2 and 3) and Language and Literacy Within Curriculum (Key Stage 3). Find out more
To mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, we have partnered with PwC to produce a cross-curricular resource for Key Stage 3 pupils focusing on two of the Bard's most famous plays. Find out more.
Network members can also access a comprehensive five-week unit of work Great Poetry Through Time: Chaucer to 21st Century Poets.
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Own a BookBench
Purchase a three-year membership to our Network or one of our training packages and you have the unique opportunity to own your own BookBench as a focal point for literacy in your school.
Search for literacy support, authors and storytellers
Need literacy support at your school? Looking for a storyteller or author? Our interactive map allows you to find those working in your area at the click of a mouse. View map.
School improvement programmes
Our new secondary school programmes are working to improve teaching and learning for literacy across the whole school. Find out more
We've worked with a range of other organisations to produce the Curriculum Review and Planning Tool, providing advice based on current research and good practice as well as the new statutory requirements for English. Find out more
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