UKLA Events in 2011

December 12th 2011

Dickens and London: Holding up the magic lantern: Dickens in the classroom

One day conference from the English Association


December 8th 2011

Free Spoken Language Event

Free CPD Event with Free Materials


December 1st 2011

Researching Media Learning

The Centre for the Study of Children Youth and Media in conjunction with the Media Education Association


November 26th 2011

NALDIC Conference 19

EAL and Additional Needs


November 9th 2011

Read, Write, Excite!

Regional Seminar


November 4th 2011

Talk into Writing

Creative approaches to the teaching of writing in primary and secondary classrooms


November 3rd 2011

All Talk Event Brighton

Free CPD event with Free materials


July 15th - 17th 2011

The 47th UKLA International Conference

Empowerment Through Literacy: Literacy Shaping Futures. Explore the many ways in which literacy shapes and empowers lives.


July 8th - 9th 2011

Centre for the Study of New Literacies Annual Conference

Conference: New Methods for New Literacies


June 16th 2011

Out of this World: FREE British Library/UKLA CPD Event for Primary teachers

Hear from expert speakers, enjoy a private view of the exhibition and develop new ideas to use in the classroom


May 21st 2011

Yorkshire UKLA Regional Conference

Talk to Underpin Digital and Traditional Literacies


May 17th 2011

April 6th 2011

Nottinghamshire Literacy Conference “Successful Approaches to Engagement and Learning in Literacy”

This exciting conference focuses on the significance of children reading and writing for pleasure.


March 23rd 2011

An Evening of Poetry with Roger Stevens

An Evening of Poetry with Roger Stevens


March 23rd 2011

Reading Into Writing

This is a FREE regional twilight event from United Kingdom Literacy Association for local teachers.


March 19th 2011

Regional Conference: Purpose and Pleasure in Writing

A conference for teachers of English, Drama and Media – Primary to Post-16


January 18th 2011

Literacy Research Centre Seminar Series

Discussion of the Government's plans for a new phonics test for 6-year-olds