Do you work with us?
Be part of a growing body of schools demonstrating their commitment to literacy as part of their School Improvement Plan.
Does your school put literacy at the heart of school improvement?
Have you used our resources or worked with us to develop great provision, engage pupils and families and get excited about reading and writing?
We invite qualifying schools to apply for our "Working with the National Literacy Trust" logo to use on your website, signage and letterheads.
To qualify for access your school must have evidence of at least one of the following in the last 12 months:
- Completed our Annual Literacy Survey
- Become a member or renewed your membership of the National Literacy Trust Network and set up five members of staff with logins
You should also have done at least one of the following in the last 12 months:
- Submitted at least one case study (how to submit)
- Taken part in a course from our professional development series
- Taken part in our Young Readers Programme
- Completed a Words for Work project
- Delivered Early Words Together
- Participated in either Oxfordshire Gaining Momentum or Literacy for Life
- Participated in Literacy Leaders
- Participated in Young City Poets
- Participated in the Our Stories project in the National Literacy Trust Hub in Bradford
- Have taken our Literacy Pledge through your local authority
Is your school ready?
To apply for the logo please complete this form and we will send you further instructions.
If you're not quite there but would like to work with us more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us how we can help.
Please provide details of your school below and tick the relevant boxes to show how you have worked with us.
Access a huge range of tools, resources and inspiration to develop great literacy in your school
Invite your pupils to tell us what they think about literacy and you will get your own individual school report outlining your findings.
We run regional, collaborative professional develop to help you engage with research and develop your literacy provision.
You can download a written case study template, but other formats – videos, slideshows with captions, podcasts – are also welcome. The more creative the better!