National Literacy Trust

'I have diaria (if you donot understand... soft poop.)'
Every year, as parents and educators, we look to Key Stage 2 national curriculum assessment results as a benchmark of how
Every year, as parents and educators, we look to Key Stage 2 national curriculum assessment results as a benchmark of how
The earlier children develop good reading and writing skills, the better their chances are of doing well at school, getting
The earlier children develop good reading and writing skills, the better their chances are of doing well at school, getting
We know that the earlier children develop good reading and writing skills, the better their chances are of doing well at
Today's children and young people have grown up in a world that revolves around digital technology. Whether children read books on a tablet, play games on a console, use apps on their phone or do their homework on a computer - technology is entrenched in every part of their lives.
We have brought together resources from community, business, education, local authority and charity partners to help identify where the most serious literacy issues lie and develop targeted strategies to reach the children and families most in need of support.
This is not the first time that WWE has engaged with the literary world of course and the company has an impressive history of promoting reading for children and adults both through its commercial and Corporate Social Responsibility arms.
It's Sunday morning and I'm standing in a park gazing at a sea of red and white. Hundreds, nay thousands, are dashing around all dressed as Santa - and I'm one of them. Have I gone mad? You may think that from my straggly white beard and ill-fitting jacket.