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.
Engage parents to work in partnership with schools to support their children’s literacy development. All participants will receive free Sharing Stories training packs to support home/school links.
World Book Day is just days away. Celebrate and get involved with 'The Big Book Off' - 20 different fun ways to celebrate books and reading. We are also offering free primary teaching sequences for a limited time only.Don't miss out - download them now!
4th March 2015 - 20:20
4th March 2015 - 20:00
If you are an EY practitioner, leader or have an interest in EY excellence, do not miss this conference on Friday 13 March. You will hear from leading experts in EY teaching including Iram Siraj, children's authors/illustrators and experienced practitioners. Hurry to book - places strictly limited.
Looking for CPD for EYFS, KS1 or KS2? We have some great courses this term. Take part in our highly rated Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation course, explore the impact of early years pedagogy at the Boys and Girls EY conference or support struggling readers in KS2 with Gaps in Phonics.
Our much-loved Core Book List is now available as a FREE online resource. Nearly 2000 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.
A philosophical and humorous picture book about the coming to consciousness of a small bird.
Our Power of Reading Project gives us a unique perspective on the successful teaching of reading in primary schools. We have produced a 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.