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Skills Academy is the National Literacy Trust’s brand new programme for struggling Year 7 and 8 pupils, which uses football tricks to improve reading comprehension. Find out more.
Do you work in early years? Don’t miss the National Literacy Trust’s 13th Talk To Your Baby conference: London 13 March 2017. Find out more and book your place.
A great first collection of nursery rhymes featuring all the classics. Each rhyme is brought to life through lively, colourful characters and a flap to lift on every page.
A funny book using a series of clever illustrations to show how changing the order of four key words can result in some very different scenes! A simple but effective exploration of language
Tank fans will enjoy browsing this bright and colourful book, containing lots of statistics, photos and facts about army machines told in simple language accessible to less able readers.
Apparently a favourite of the Dalai Lama, this tale has all the adventure, intrigue and humour you’d expect from Hergé. A wonderful illustrated story.
Jimmy dreams of becoming a professional footballer and wearing the number 7 shirt like his heroes. Designed for dyslexic or less confident readers, this includes facts about top players.
Is your child always making you laugh? Enter their hilarious jokes into the BBC Red Nose Day Comedy Classroom competition and they could be performed live on Blue Peter. Find out more
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