The CLPE is an independent UK charity with a global reputation for the quality of our research into literacy and teaching. Our work promotes high standards in the teaching of literacy. We particularly emphasise the importance of books and literature in enabling children to become confident, happy and enthusiastic readers and writers, with all the benefits this brings.
Power of Reading Plus is for teachers and leaders who have participated in the full Power of Reading Project. The course deepens understanding of the pedagogy, planning, teaching and assessment of reading ensuring an engaging and exciting whole school literacy curriculum which supports all learners.
Ensure profound and lasting change in your school with Raising Achievement in Writing and Developing the Role of English Subject Leader. These powerful courses offer a quality professional development experience. This is the last chance to book for 2015-2016 - do not miss out.
13th October 2015 - 17:09
RT @plaidemily: Hey teachers, this is a fabulous teaching sequence- the questioning and creative input kids had was remarkable! https://t.…
13th October 2015 - 16:40
Launched for National Poetry Day on Thursday 8 October, download our new free publication "Poetry in Primary Schools - What We Know Works" and find out about a range of wonderful free resources to help you teach poetry all year.
Our much-loved Core Book List is now available as a FREE online resource. Over 4000 teachers, librarians and parents have registered to find out about the carefully chosen, comprehensive selection of hundreds of high quality texts for children from ages 3 -11. Don't miss out.
Our Power of Reading Project gives us a unique perspective on the successful teaching of reading in primary schools. Download this free, practical booklet sharing the things that teachers told us need to be considered and developed if schools are to be successful in promoting a love of reading.
An ecological fable with themes around prejudice and fear of the unknown with stunning illustrations that have a sense of the surreal and invite exploration and discussion.