Join our network
Improve pupils' attitudes and behaviour towards literacy with inspiration, resources and support from our network.
Find out more.
Schools: £100. Organisations: £150
(50% discount for student teachers)
Conferences and training
Our conferences combine the latest research with case studies and examples of best practice from schools to provide valuable insight and support for literacy professionals. Find out more
FREE competitions for schools
Take part in termly competitions to inspire your pupils. There are free supporting resources and great prizes, and best of all, they are completely free and open to all UK schools. Find out more
FREE curriculum guidance
We've worked with a range of other organisations to produce the Curriculum Review and Planning Tool. It provides advice based on current research and good practice as well as the new statutory requirements for English, and is aimed at schools and providers of initial teacher training.
Literacy Guide for Schools 2013-14
This essential network resource covers all areas of literacy and supports practitioners to be:
In line with policy,
Informed by research and
Inspired by best practice.
Not a member? Download a free sample
Pre-order your Premier League Reading Stars resource pack
Our reading intervention is great for football fans.
We have allocated all our free packs for 2014, but you can still take part by pre-ordering one of a limited number of packs available to buy.
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.
Where's Wally? fun run
Our Where's Wally? fun run is returning for another year. Join us in March 2014 to help raise essential funds to support our work, and find out how your school can get involved.
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Our new programme of conferences for spring 2014 combines the latest research with case studies and examples of best practice from schools to provide valuable insight and support for literacy professionals.
Search our free downloadable resources, including support for our competitions, booklists and other ideas.