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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.
These spiral-bound stories allow you to mix and match fairy tales to create dozens of your own sensible or silly stories! Highly interactive and great fun.
The entertaining story of an unpopular boy called George whose life is transformed when his Grandad gives him an old bottle of aftershave for his birthday.
A graphic novel adaptation of the 2009 film version of Kate di Camillo’s wonderful tale of the adventures of a brave and curious mouse.
Simple language and Manga style pictures tell the story of 14 year-old genius Rick Shaw, who vows to use his brains to fight evil - as Boffin Boy!
Join in the fun with this hilarious read-aloud story featuring the pesky, pestering Pigeon! It's getting late and the bus driver is going to and get ready for bed, but the pigeon isn't at all tired...
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
All our downloadable activities in one place. Spot the difference, Colouring, Craft, Mazes, Wordsearches and lots more. Click here.
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