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Children’s and young people’s writing in 2014 - findings from the National Literacy Trust’s annual literacy survey

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This report outlines findings that relate to writing, taken from the fifth annual literacy survey, which was conducted in November/December 2014. 32,026 UK children and young people aged 8 to 18 participated. The National Literacy Trust annual survey provides regular opportunities to explore the centrality of writing in young people’s lives. More specifically, it explores how much young people enjoy writing, how often they write, what types of materials they write and how they feel about writing.


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