Practical Strategies to improve literacy – TES guidance covering learners from all phases
National Curriculum in England language and literacy guidance – this statement outlines the responsibilities for teachers working with pupils between key stage 1 and key stage 4.
UKLA – United Kingdom Literacy Association – the United Kingdom Literacy Association aims to support and inform all those concerned with the development of language, literacy and communication, encourage them in reflection and dialogue, challenge them in their practice and give public voice to their concerns. This page contains research, resources and links to continuing professional development opportunities.
National Literacy Trust – the National Literacy Trust work to improve the reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in the UK's most disadvantaged communities. This page contains information on projects, policy and research.
National Association for the Teaching of English – NATE work to improve the reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in the UK's most disadvantaged communities. This page contains information on events, continuing professional development and key resources.
Talk for Writing - the GLP has focused on driving up literacy standards using Talk for Writing, developed by Pie Corbet. The results are so impressive that our partner secondary schools are investigating how they can use the principles and terminology to improve standards as children transition from the primary phrase; this site tells all.
Centre for Language in Primary Education – CLPE is an independent charity promoting high standards in the teaching of literacy. The site contains resources and professional development advice.
Just Imagine – established by former teacher, university lecturer and writer, Nikki Gamble, Just Imagine works extensively with schools in the UK and internationally to develop outstanding reading and writing schools, where stories and literature are placed firmly at the heart of learning.