Welcome to The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education
The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education is a UK based children's literacy charity working with primary schools. Our work raises the achievement of children's reading and writing by helping schools to teach literacy creatively and effectively, putting quality children’s books at the heart of all learning. We offer courses at our literacy library in central London and also deliver training in various regional locations.
On Tuesday 16th July, the CLPE held its very first information evening for new and longstanding supporters.
Corebooks helps primary schools choose the very best children’s literature for their school or classroom libraries
The Power of Reading supports schools in raising engagement and attainment in reading and writing for all pupils
Poetryline supports the teaching of poetry in primary schools with teaching resources and films from award winning poets
The Power of Pictures develops teachers understanding of how illustration can raise children’s achievement in literacy
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Thursday, 19 September 2019 - 5:30pm
Friday, 20 September 2019 - 10:00am
Monday, 23 September 2019 - 10:00am
Tuesday, 24 September 2019 - 10:00am
Tuesday, 24 September 2019 - 4:30pm
The CLPE Reading and Writing Scales could transform English pedagogy & assessment. An excellent free resource.
Dame Alison Peacock
The Power of Pictures provides great classroom activities. We are thrilled with the development of our children’s writing.
CLPE training has had a transformational effect on the engagement of our children in reading and writing.
The project has had a huge impact in the EYFS through use of the books and teaching sequences. It has been instrumental in giving more confidence and inspiration to our teachers.
Deputy Headteacher, Power of Reading project
Children’s writing has developed immensely and progress has accelerated. Our children now love reading and approach writing bursting with ideas and confidence.
Headteacher, Power of Reading Project 2016-17