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Spotlight on... Choosing and Using Quality texts in an Early Years classroom
The latest guidance from Ofsted recognises the importance of young children being introduced to good quality literature as an essential way of enab
All About CLiPPA 2020
The CLPE Poetry Award, fondly known as the CLiPPA, is the only award in the country dedicated to children’s published poetry.
Our Online Professional Development Programme
All of us at CLPE know just how bonkers life in schools is for you right now, we know that your life is full of one way systems, hand sanitiser and
7 ways to encourage a love of poetry in children
Poetry provides the gateway for so many young readers and writers in their journey towards becoming literate; delighting, supporting and engaging c
Beyond Black History Month - Integrating the Study of Black Historical Figures into the Mainstream Primary Curriculum through Literature
The ebb and flow of the academic year is defined by a series of milestones.
3 Years on, Why Reflecting Realities and Reflecting them well continues to be Important
Underrepresentation of ethnic minority characters in children’s literature is an issue for the same reasons that it is an issue across all forms of
Overcoming adversity: Building a reading rich curriculum to support pupils to thrive in challenging times.
A recent article in the TES, highlighted the Education Endowment Foundation’s view that a high-quality, reading-rich curriculum can offer the means
Closing the early reading gap: Phonics in a Rich Reading Curriculum
All of us working as teachers want to ensure that every child leaves primary school as a competent and confident reader and every parent wants this