08 July 2015
More than 60 children from 10 primary schools in Waltham Forest have contributed to an anthology of short stories inspired by Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, created through an imaginative game of story ‘Consequences’.
11 June 2015
Children’s literacy charity Beanstalk announced today that it is extending its work in St Mary’s Roman Catholic Primary School in Battersea thanks to support from Amazon UK.
08 June 2015
On 1st June a new website was launched by the European Literacy Policy Network (ELINET) to improve literacy policies in 28 European countries. The ultimate goal of the project is to reduce the number of children, young people and adults with low literacy skills in Europe.
26 May 2015
National children’s literacy charity Beanstalk is delighted to announce the appointment of Ginny Lunn as its new CEO, effective 1st June.
27 April 2015
On 23rd April national children’s literacy charity Beanstalk ran a Day of Action campaign to recruit much needed volunteers to help the thousands of children across England who are in urgent need of reading support.
10 April 2015
The Read On. Get On. coalition, of which Beanstalk is a founding member, has gained cross party political support for the aim of getting every child reading well by the age of 11, by 2025.
10 February 2015
It has been announced today that Beanstalk’s CEO Sue Porto will leave the organisation on 1st May to take up a new position as CEO of St John’s Hospital in Bath.
06 February 2015
Individual one-to-one support is key to boosting the reading levels of young children, a recently published report has found.
27 October 2014
National children’s literacy charity Beanstalk has been recognised for its work at the prestigious Library of Congress Literacy Awards in the United States.
09 October 2014
National literacy charity Beanstalk and Tidy Books, the children’s bookcase company, have joined in partnership to get more children reading. In a 12 month deal, Tidy Books has pledged to support Beanstalk’s work to recruit and train volunteers in primary schools to read with children who have fallen behind.