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Touch-screen technology could be used to to combat low literacy in boys and disadvantaged children, suggests a new report.

A more detailed breakdown of the EYFS Profile statistics, published today, shows that the gap has widened between children with special educational needs and their peers.

The National Literacy Forum has secured cross-party commitment for its campaign for a more literate nation.

There has been a five percentage point increase in the number of six-year-olds passing the phonics reading check.

An evaluation of the first year of the Making it REAL programme, published today, has found it has been successful in considerably improving children’s early literacy development.

A project encouraging male prisoners to read with their children has been applauded by Ofsted for its contribution to family learning.

Young children instinctively use a ‘language-like’ structure to communicate, according to psychologists.

Schools, nurseries and family settings across England will invite fathers to join them to read stories next week in the run-up to Father’s Day on 15 June.

All four- and five-year-olds in England and Wales will receive free books this September as part of the initiative Booktime.

Annual fundraising event Chatterbox Challenge has raised more than £145,000 for children’s communication charity I CAN.

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