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Here is a selection of resources that we think are just brilliant and a great free resource for anyone interested in education. Thanks to our partners for sharing these with us... enjoy!
The Literacy Trust worked with children’s mental health charity, Place2Be, to develop this series of free wellbeing-themed teaching resources for primary schools, secondary schools and parents.
The Read On. Get On. (ROGO) coalition was launched by 12 charities and educational organisations in 2014 with the aim of getting all children in England reading well by the age of 11. The resources include two lovely downloadable posters for schools to encourage reading with top tips from Cressida Cowell.
This wonderful case study demonstrates how one school librarian used the Foyle Primary School Library Course to help her develop a whole school community of readers.
NewsWise is a free, cross-curricular news literacy project for 9 to 11-year-olds across the UK. It helps teachers empower their Key Stage 2 pupils to navigate the news.
This series of fake news and critical literacy resources have been created in response to the findings and recommendations from the Commission on Fake News and the Teaching of Critical Literacy Skills in Schools.
In July 2018 CLPE published their Reflecting Realities Report, a new study of ethnic representation in children’s literature. Funded by the Arts Council, the aim was to quantify and evaluate the extent and quality of ethnic representation and diversity in children’s publishing in the UK. This process involved analysing submissions of all children's literature published in the UK in 2017 that featured Black or minority ethnic (BAME) characters to determine to what extent they were represented. CLPE has also been successful in obtaining funding from the Arts Council England to publish similar reports in 2019 and 2020.
To find out more and read the CLPE Reflecting Realities Year 1 (2017) Report visit the CLPE website.