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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.
This wonderfully interactive novelty book in which Lulu chooses from a range of clothes with zips to fasten, pockets to look in, dresses to admire and colours to consider, has top toddler appeal.
The latest in a consistently popular series challenging readers to find bobble-hatted Wally in a range of ever changing scenes. Extra activities and stickers guarantee hours of fun.
This enduring classic is ideal for sharing with groups of children. The rhyme and repetition encourages everyone to get involved and can even be acted out.
A good introduction to a great author for newly fluent readers. Meet the eccentric and gifted pupils of Wayside in this story of an unusual school where strange things always seem to be happening.
Another good-quality fiction series suitable for more confident readers, in this tale Teggs Stegosaur joins the pupils at Astrosaurs Academy for far-out fun and amazing adventures.
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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