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LiteracyActionNet Awards 2014 for innovation by schools

Shortlist announced

Nine projects have been shortlisted for the LiteracyActionNet Awards 2014 for innovation by schools. The awards, presented by the JJ Charitable Trust with Lemos&Crane, will give a total of £2,000 prize money to projects that demonstrate successful approaches in: supporting children with dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties; working with parents and families; supporting children and young people through school transitions; encouraging motivation, creativity and love of reading and writing; and teacher development and training to enhance literacy outcomes.

Winners will be announced shortly.

Awards shortlist (in alphabetical order)

Eastlands Primary School
Accelerated Reader Programme
The Accelerated Reader Programme has implemented an online toolkit for reading. The toolkit requires teachers to work in partnership with children and parents to promote independent reading at home and at school.   

Harting CE Primary School
Reading Café
Families share books and cake at a school ‘Reading Café’, combining the love of food with a cheque book reward system to improve reading.

Hethersett Academy
Acrostic Poem Windmills
A cross curricular project highlighting feelings of transition and community, whilst enhancing the school environment.

The Highcrest Academy
Family literacy evening
Equipping vulnerable parents with the necessary skills and desire to help their children with literacy at home.  

Hope School
Reading for Pleasure
Providing a community to encourage and engage reading at Hope school and at home. 

Patcham House School
Food for Thought
Using real world experiences around food - cooking, eating, and researching - to make learning more inclusive and effective.  

Pondhu Primary School 
Stories for Sharing 
Engaging parents and pupils with ‘story sacks.’  

Whalley Range High School
Improving communication skills for all pupils
Raising the awareness of literacy skills so that pupils are supported and motivated to communicate effectively.

St Anne’s Academy
The Happy Project 
Ensuring that students have a successful and stress free transition to Secondary school.


Entries have been judged based on the following criteria:



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