To champion the fight to improve public understanding of the vital importance and impact of literacy and to ensure parliamentary knowledge and support for the latest research, policy and best practice in the field of literacy.
Found: excellent work they are doing to improve
media literacy across the UK. By providing
support and direction
Online Media Literacy Strategy
This strategy and accompanying
3. Year 7 literacy and numeracy catch-up premium: 2019 to 2020
25/02/2020 - Education and Skills Funding Agency
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Year 7 literacy and numeracy catch-up premium: 2019 to 2020
Found: evidence - National Literacy TrustLIF0041Written evidence submitted by the National Literacy Trust Introduction:
NewsWise is a cross-curricular news literacy project for 9-11 year olds in the UK, run by the
1. Publication of the Online Media Literacy Strategy
14/07/2021 - Written Statements
1: Government are today publishing our “Online Media Literacy Strategy”. This strategy is a complementary measure - Speech Link
2. Sound Reading System and Literacy
14/06/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: system and describe its promise for improving literacy. The sound reading system was developed in my - Speech Link
3. Cairncross Review
06/02/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: commitment from the Government to support media literacy is hugely welcome. The ability to identify the - Speech Link
2: life and death. We urgently need a national media literacy campaign, like that in Finland, and credible government - Speech Link
3: welcome the initiative to develop an online media literacy strategy and that the Government accept that social - Speech Link
4. Literacy in the Workforce
25/04/2017 - Lords Chamber
1: prospects. That is why we have taken steps to improve literacy standards for people in the workforce by embedding - Speech Link
2: but 9 million adults in England suffer from poor literacy and would struggle to send a simple email or fill - Speech Link
5. Taxation: Digital Publications
06/12/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: Baroness makes the case for equalising. As far as literacy is concerned, this country has quite a good record - Speech Link
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