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The BBC Young Writers' Award 2017 is open for submissions and is looking for stories up to 1,000 words from young people aged 14 to 18. The closing date is 21 April.

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New research released on 17/01/2017 by YMCA England as part of the Be Real campaign has revealed some shocking facts about body anxiety in secondary school pupils across the UK.

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The literacy score is a new measure of literacy vulnerability which the National Literacy Trust has developed with Experian. Together they have created constituency literacy rankings which measure...

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The Foundation Online Learning environment is for you if you are working in the UK education and training sector. Here you will find online learning programmes to support you in improving...

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To find out how you can get involved and what's on visit: https://www.britishscienceweek.org/

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A report from the Fair Education Alliance identifies what primary schools and early years settings can do to help improve the numeracy of children from the least privileged backgrounds.

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The Short Story Prize 2017, in partnership with Bloomsbury Publishing, is set to unearth brilliant new talent in children’s writing across the UK.

The writing competition challenges...

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The new Quick Reads books, published on 2nd February 2017, are being used as part of a campaign run by Unionlearn to bring the proven benefits of reading for pleasure to workplaces across the UK...

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The entry deadline is fast approaching for the BBC Red Nose Day Comedy Classroom competition. Open to children aged 6 to 12, there are resources to support teachers to introduce their pupils to...

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Research shows that dads have an important impact on their children’s reading behaviours and attitudes, particularly for boys.

Read Manchester is calling on dads across the City to spend...

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