LoveReading4Schools

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No catches, no fine print just unconditional book love and reading recommendations for your students and children.

You can create your own school's page, develop tailored reading lists to share with peers and parents...all helping encourage reading for pleasure in your children.

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LoveReading4Schools Partners

The School Library Association is committed to supporting everyone involved with school libraries, promoting high quality reading and learning opportunities for all. They believe that every pupil is entitled to effective school library provision. The SLA is committed to supporting everyone involved with school libraries, promoting high quality reading and learning opportunities for all. Membership of the orgsnisation has tone of benefits, find out more here https://www.sla.org.uk/membership.php.
UKLA achieves its goal of improving literacy education by creating a supportive community for those working in literacy, language and communication, and by supporting and providing access to the latest research for use by practitioners and policymakers. Find out more about them below. Explore the free resources that the UKLA makes available to everyone to promote literacy education. To also get a flavour of the variety of fantastic resources they publish for their members, check the free unlocked taster resources within each tile/series
The National Literacy Trust is an independent charity dedicated to giving children and young people from disadvantaged communities the literacy skills to succeed in life. They run projects in the UK’s poorest communities, support schools and campaign to make literacy a priority for politicians, parents and business. Their research and analysis make them the leading authority on literacy in the UK. 2018 was the charity’s 25th anniversary, where they celebrated the milestone of directly supporting the literacy of 2 million children and young people.

Find out more about them at https://literacytrust.org.uk

National Literacy Trust membership enables you to access inspiring teaching resources, the latest research and literacy news, school improvement tools, and training and CPD to support literacy throughout your school or setting. Find out more at: https://literacytrust.org.uk/join-us/
The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education is a charity working with all those involved in teaching literacy in primary schools. Their work raises the achievement of children by helping schools to teach literacy more effectively and by showing teachers how quality children’s literature can be placed at the heart of all learning. They help schools to teach literacy in the most effective way and their training and resources are all based on credible research and on the principles of effective continuing professional development.

CLPE offers a wide range of professional literacy training and support for primary school teachers and others that work in primary schools. Teachers attending our training receive strategies and resources that can be put into immediate practice and support the National Curriculum. They run both day courses and longer courses that run for up to four days covering Effective Spelling, Group Reading, Inspiring Writing, Phonics, Language and Grammar and their flagship programme The Power of Reading.

Find out more about CLPE’s training opportunities: https://clpe.org.uk/professionaldevelopment
The Week Junior is an award-winning weekly current affairs magazine for 8-14 year olds. Packed with fascinating articles, absorbing features and fun facts, it helps KS2 and KS3 children make sense of the world in an age-appropriate way. School subscriptions start from just £54 and will help inform and inspire your students, develop their critical thinking skills and nurture a love of reading across your school. Find out more here.
For over 20 years Barrington Stoke have been publishing super-readable books to help every child unlock a love of reading. Alongside brilliant and engaging stories from the best writers in the UK, our books contain a whole host of specialist features designed to help dyslexic readers and keep even the most reluctant reader turning the pages.
The Youth Libraries Group is the organisation of choice for librarians, information professionals and all those working with or interested in children's and young people's books, reading development, the promotion of libraries and reading for pleasure. Our members come from a wide range of workplaces - public libraries, schools, school library services, colleges, universities and early years settings. Find out more more on their website here.
We partner exclusively with Browns Books for Students to get the best deal and service for our members. Browns supply every UK book in print, and have the largest stock holding in the UK with 800,000 titles held in stock and 580,000+ educational eBooks. Browns Books for Students is the UK’s leading supplier of books and eBooks to schools & colleges. Find out more at https://www.brownsbfs.co.uk
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