At Pearson, we welcome updates to The Reading Framework and the additional information on fluency, motivation, and reading for pleasure, with a focus on Years 2–9. You know better than anyone that learning to read is one of the most important skills a child can learn and one we don't take for granted. We want all children to develop a lifelong love of reading.
Our National Primary Literacy Advisor has taken a look at each section of The Reading Framework to help schools and trusts to meet the laid out requirements. There are videos and supporting documents to help you evaluate your current reading provision, aligned with statutory guidance and Ofsted’s Education Inspection Framework. We will also be sharing products from our portfolio that will help support you with implementation.
Join our Primary Literacy Advisor, Nicola Romaine, as she delves into each aspect of the revised Reading Framework. This video covers section 4: Developing Fluency.
See how we can support you implement section 4 of The Reading Framework (PDF, 0.2MB)
Join our Primary Literacy Advisor, Nicola Romaine, as she delves into each aspect of the revised Reading Framework. This video covers section 7: Choosing and Organising Books.
See how we can support you implement section 7 of The Reading Framework (PDF, 2MB)
Take a look at the key themes of the Reading Framework with us through a Year-2-and-beyond lens, and explore how Bug Club and Rapid can support you.
This webinar provides insight into the DfE’s updated ‘Reading Framework’, to help you evaluate current reading provision, aligned with statutory guidance and Ofsted’s ‘Education Inspection Framework’.
We’re excited to announce the launch of the 'Using ebooks to support reading for pleasure in 2023' – 'A survey of primary school teachers' report that we’ve worked on in association with the National Literacy Trust.
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Pearson Primary Literacy products address the key aspects of the DfE’s Reading Framework, from phonics to skilled reading.