The National Literacy Trust has developed an inspiring new programme, Represent, for girls aged 11 to 14 in alternative provision, who have been excluded from, or who are at risk of being excluded from mainstream education. Government data shows that in the 2019/2020 academic year, 1,200 girls were permanently excluded from
Ormiston Chadwick Academy in Widnes know reading is the gateway skill that makes all other learning possible. The academy day begins with reading; students pass its book vending machine as they enter the academy and in their tutor groups they popcorn read their form reading book based on their OCAER values.
The National Literacy Trust is teaming up with award-winning children’s book author Tom Palmer to produce free resources which can be used in the classroom or at home across the week commencing 24 – 29 January, to help schools commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day (Thursday 27 January 2022). There will also be
“The more that you read, the more you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you will go.” So said Dr. Seuss. A recent study by the National Literacy Trust (NLT), however, suggests that children are in danger of missing out on the magic of reading due to
An ambitious new project aims to an instil a love of reading in thousands of children across the North West through the use of emojis, hashtags and other innovative teaching techniques. The Three Saints Academy Trust, based on Merseyside, has received a grant of almost £100,000 from education charity SHINE to