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The LGfL Literacy Project ​
featuring Deputy Mitchell and LGfL blogging tools...
​Following on from David Mitchell’s input into the LGfL conference at the end of April 2014, LGfL is funding a unique opportunity to support London school teachers in the effective use of the "blogging" to support literacy achievement in London Schools. 
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The aim of the project is to develop and share good practice to impact on ​literacy across the curriculum, across all Key Stages. 

The launch is a special whole day event on 10th October 2014 at Camden CLC which will feature a number of different workshops covering different elements of blogging using LGfL tools as well as a keynote presentation from David Mitchell and the introduction of a new support resource for blogging in schools.

For more information and to register see:



​The LGfL Trust is a consortium of the 33 London local authorities and 2,500 schools working together to provide NEN_P_4CP new 2011x50.jpgextensive and cost effective ICT services. By using a LGfL school broadband connection, schools have access to a wide range of services and premium primary and secondary teaching and learning resources.


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