SHORTLISTS ANNOUNCED FOR THE UNIQUE AWARDS FROM TEACHERS
• Once again small presses dominate
• Inclusion and diversity are key features of all lists
• A host of UKLA debut appearances with Nadia Shireen the only previous winner
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With a record number of submissions, ranging from action research into pre-school family literacies, through primary practice in reading and writing, to policy issues at
This award encourages teachers to explore a book in detail, by not only looking at the author and the text, but also immersing their classes
Longlist Press Release for the 2022 UKLA Book Awards!
We are delighted to invite you to a celebration of the Book Awards in just under 2 weeks time – Saturday 25th September from 2pm-6pm. It
This year a record number of teachers from across the UK shadowed one or more of the 4 categories.
This award asks teachers to explore a book in detail with their classes and encourage children’s creative responses to the chosen book.
UKLA is delighted to announce that the unanimous winner of the UKLA Academic Book Award 2021 is How and Why to Read and Create Children’s Digital Books: