UKLA Events in 2018
November 17th 2018
Finding and sharing pleasure in reading
November 7th 2018
Conference organised by the University of Sheffield in collaboration with the Libraries Taskforce, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.
October 8th 2018
This one-day conference is hosted by the British Library and run in partnership with Arvon, the Open University, the University of Exeter and the UKLA.
October 5th 2018
Celebrate the life and work of the Jamaican poet and writer James Berry
July 13th 2018
Hosted at Canterbury Christ Church University, this event includes keynote speeches from Michael Rosen and Piers Torday.
July 8th - 11th 2018
The art of English: Language, Literature, Literacy
July 6th - 8th 2018
Literacies in a changing world: creativity, criticality, empowerment.
June 23rd 2018
A free one day CPD event to celebrate the publication of Teaching Primary English by Eve Bearne and David Reedy (Routledge 2018)
May 23rd 2018
This FREE professional development event is open to teachers, student teachers, governors, parents and higher education professionals.
May 11th 2018
A special meeting for members of the Digital Literacies in Education SIG members
March 22nd 2018
Reading for Pleasure: What next? The symposium seeks to enable information sharing in order to advance understanding of the concept of reading for pleasure, and to provoke debate about policy, practice and new areas for inquiry.
March 17th 2018
Inspiring reading and writing: raising standards in English
March 15th 2018
The First James Britton Memorial Lecture Language and learning in the classroom: Reflections on James Britton’s ongoing contribution
March 10th 2018
Enriching the English curriculum through creativity
March 1st 2018
*FULLY BOOKED* This event launches a UKLA online professional development resource designed to support schools in developing a culturally inclusive curriculum.
January 5th 2018