For the first time ever the judges for these unique book awards, which are the only awards judged by active classroom teachers, will come from Scotland, with the 56 judges spread right across the country from Aberdeen to Renfrewshire!
A weekend of engaging keynotes, stimulating parallel sessions and inspiring award winners came together at the Bristol Mercure Holland House Hotel and Spa for one of the most successful UKLA International Conferences to date.
In an exciting new development, student shadowing is now sponsored by the NUT. This sponsorship enabled us to offer up 6 student conference places for the 2016 UKLA International Conference in Bristol. Find out about the winners.
UKLA is delighted to announce that the winner of the UKLA Digital Book Award (in partnership with Book Trust, and sponsored by The Open University) is the app Goldilocks and Little Bear developed by Nosy Crow
The European Literacy Policy Network (ELINET) brings together information on the state of literacy education in some 28 European countries. Over the past two years, they have conducted extensive research to provide a framework and platform for literacy education. Find out where the UK stands in comparison with Europe in literacy education and see examples of good practice in literacy education.