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Inspiring a love of reading and writing

Craigmillar Literacy Trust aims to inspire everyone in Craigmillar to enjoy the pleasures and benefits of reading, writing and other literacy activities. It fosters and supports a lifelong love of reading, writing and sharing stories and works to help establish and strengthen this essential life skill.

 

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  • - Literacy Programme Co-ordinator (Maternity Cover)– Part Time (initial fixed term contract for 6 months with… Continue Reading
  • - We will be asking everyone what books they would like to go into next year's… Continue Reading
  • - We have received a National Lottery Award from the Big Lottery Fund! Big Lottery Fund… Continue Reading
  • - This year's Craigmillar Book Festival is now in full swing after a very successful launch… Continue Reading
Rhymetime

Baby and Toddler Rhymetimes

A free event that takes place every Tuesday, 11am till 12noon in Craigmillar Library, includes free snacks!

 

There are lots of rhymes, songs and stories for children under 4 and their parents/carers.

For more information click here

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  • - Literacy Programme Co-ordinator (Maternity Cover)– Part Time (initial fixed term contract for 6 months with possible extension) Hours: 18 hours a week Salary:  £23,249 –  pro rata   We are seeking maternity cover for our Literacy Programmes Co-ordinator to develop and deliver Craigmillar Book Festival (6 – 16th November), creative reading, writing and learning programmes […]
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3 weeks ago
We are getting a new website to help share the work of our @CraigmillarBFB & @CraigmillarBF projects. What do you think is important to have on a website? Our survey will take about 4 minutes and will really help us! Thank you for your support! https://t.co/4c6tveRCUy
6 days ago
The science of early brain development isn't just for those of us working in the early years. It's for everyone and holds importance for all areas of public health. Central to the learning is the importance of #relationships #serveandreturncommunication #healingcommunities https://t.co/A03u9aLQVd
Kara Whelan 🍊 @Karafleur
I have finally completed this excellent free accredited online training from @AFWI_News 🙏 highlighting the critical importance of understanding the science of early brain development to inform public health #brainstory #CPD #gratefullearner https://t.co/SrmpIKK4X1 https://t.co/Ld1G2DNvbk