Our Supporters

Coram Beanstalk

We are proud to support the #BeSchoolReady campaign to ensure that all families have access to helpful information to help them best prepare their children for school.
Coram Beanstalk

Coram Beanstalk recruit, train and support volunteers to provide consistent, one-to-one reading support to children aged 3-13 who need our help.

 

National Literacy Trust

The National Literacy Trust is an independent charity dedicated to raising literacy levels in the UK and giving children and young people from disadvantaged communities the literacy skills to succeed in life. Our research and analysis make us the leading authority on literacy. We run projects in the UK’s poorest communities, campaign to make literacy a priority for politicians, businesses and parents, and support schools.

 

Achievement for all

Empowering parents and carers to engage in their child's academic progress is at the heart of Achievement for All's work.

 

Education Workforce Council

"As the independent regulator in Wales for education practitioners, one of our principal aims is to safeguard the interests of learners, parents and the public and maintain public trust and confidence in the education workforce. We’re proud to support the Be School Ready campaign to ensure parents feel confident that their child’s education is getting off to the best start."

 

Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists

"Speech and language therapy is a vital service that improves children’s language and communication skills. Speech and Language Therapists support children in early years settings, helping them to overcome any language and communication skills so that they can be school ready, and go onto develop strong social skills, peer relationships, self-confidence and literacy. We are therefore pleased to support the Be School Ready campaign."

Adoption UK
“Starting a new school can be particularly challenging for adopted children, many of whom live with the lasting effects of adverse childhood experiences. It is vitally important that schools and parents work together to make sure adopted children get the best possible start.”

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