CLiPPA 2017 winner Kate Wakeling discusses how the music of words can keep the pleasure of reading and writing alive for every child in the latest Teach Primary.
Louise Johns-Shepherd talks about the importance of the CLPE Poetry Award (CLiPPA) in Carousel, No. 66, Autumn Winter 2017.
CE Louise Johns-Shepherd discusses the importance of quality literature in the latest edition of Teach Primary 3 to 7.
Poetry, rhyme and song play a fundamental role in young children's development says Advisory Teacher Anjali Patel in Teach Early Years
Charlotte discusses how picture books can have wide-ranging benefits for literacy learning in our latest Teach Primary article.
Exploring Humanity Through Books and Considering the 11th Right of the Reader by CLPE’s Farrah Serroukh published in NALDIC Quarterly Volume 15 Number 2 2015.
Want to engage and motivate children as readers and writers?
Our Librarian, Ann Lazim, has contributed to the Books for Keeps Books of the Year 2016 feature.
We considered the next 12 months of English teaching with The English and Media Centre in the TES.
Read essential advice from Ann Lazim, our Librarian, on using high quality literature to support your child's learning about language and culture. Published in Back to School Magazine.
Primary Advisory Teacher Katie Myles has written for Teach Reading and Writing on how definitions of ability affect children's perceptions of themselves.
We are proud to be a World Book Day partner again for 2016. Enjoy using these wonderful teaching ideas using all 10 of the £1 books as inspiration.
This publication shares what we know about making poetry work in primary schools.
The Power of Picture Books by Anjali Patel published in Teach Nursery
Our Power of Reading project has given us a unique perspective on the successful teaching of reading in primary schools.
This is an example of the teaching sequences created for the Power of Reading. To find out more about the Power of Reading visit the main course page.
In 2013 CLPE was funded by the Siobhan Dowd Trust to set up book groups in Southwark schools.
by Hilary Hester