Welcome to the Bradford Literacy campaign
Here you can discover what the campaign is about, keep in touch with the latest news and witness some of the exciting local partnerships and activities we’re developing. You can also read articles and tips on how to support your child’s literacy development. Find out more.
Easter-themed resources, reading lists and ideas to help to boost your child’s literacy skills, while putting a spring in their step! Find out more.
Technology and under 5s
Tips for how to help your young children get the most out of technology. Find out more.
Getting boys to write
Author Simon Mayo supports our campaign for parents, with tips to encourage boys to enjoy writing. Find out more.
Songs and Rhymes
Words and actions to some popular songs and nursery rhymes which you can enjoy with your child. Find out more.
Helping your child with reading
Did you know that as a parent you can make all the difference to your child’s communication skills? By spending time with your children, speaking and reading with them you can really help them develop key literacy skills. To find out more, click here.
Join the library together
Did you know that there are 25 public libraries and 5 community led/voluntary libraries in Bradford? It’s free to join and every child can get their own library card. You can borrow up to 25 items including books and stories on CD\tape, MP3s amd DVDs. There are also E-Audio books free to download for library members. You can also use the internet. Find your nearest library here.
Over to you
What do you think about the Bradford Literacy Campaign? Let us know and we will publish some of your thoughts.
Until 31 July
Family Learning Festival
This year's theme is colour and light for a week of free activities.
See here for more details.
Until Sunday 1 June
Light Fantastic: Adventures in the Science of Light
National Media Museum
Explore the wonder of creating and capturing light
See here for more details
Until 30 October 2016
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Join Alice on her adventures through Cliffe Castle, as she tries to find the White Rabbi
See here for details