Sponsors

The proud sponsors of National Literacy and Numeracy Week 2013 are:

Macquarie Dictionary

Macquarie Dictionary

Since the Macquarie Dictionary was first published in 1981, its reputation as Australia’s national dictionary has gone from strength to strength. It is now nationally and internationally regarded as the standard reference on Australian English.

As well as editions in print, Macquarie is available online and as apps. Macquarie Dictionary Online features the complete Macquarie Dictionary which is updated annually and its associated Macquarie Thesaurus.


Intrepica

That's Life

We believe that a lifelong love of reading and writing is something that every child deserves. That’s why we created LiteracyPlanet! It's a 21st century teaching tool that is aligned to the Australian Curriculum, and is designed to help teachers and parents fully engage today’s students.

Appropriate for all students aged 5-15, LiteracyPlanet covers pre-reading, phonics, reading, comprehension, sight vocabulary, spelling and grammar. Start your free trial today: www.literacyplanet.com

LiteracyPlanet – a whole world of learning.


Pilot Pen

That's Life

Pilot Pen Australia is a firm believer in the importance of fostering creativity in children through activities such as creative writing, drawing and reading.

As a result, we are involved in several activities to support this. These include regional competitions, such as the SMH 'Young & Younger Writer of the Year' and the 'Little Aussie of the month' and sponsoring events like the 'Sydney Writers' Festival School Days program' and the Australian Government initiative 'National Literacy and Numeracy Week'.

Pilot Pen Australia has also started its own national Creative Writing Scholarship, which is open to students in years 5 and 6 across Australia.

For more information about the Scholarship and Pilot's involvement in these other creative initiatives, please visit www.pilotpen.com.au.


Penguin 

Harper Collins Publishers

Penguin is one of the world's three largest English language publishers and publishes books in a wide variety of formats and subjects for adults and children embracing fiction and non-fiction.

Besides Australia it has companies in the UK, USA, Canada, New Zealand, India, South Africa, Holland, Italy, China and Singapore and is one of the more versatile and adventurous publishing houses in the world—a unique situation which had its modest beginning with Allen Lane's ten paperbacks published at sixpence each.

Penguin corporate social responsibility.


Walker Books 

Network Ten

Walker Books Australia has been bringing the best of children's publishing to Australian children for over 20 years and is recognised as a market leader in quality children's publishing. The company is dedicated to publishing books of unwavering quality for children and young adults to read and treasure. Equally, Walker Books is passionate about the Australian Children’s book industry and renowned as a haven for the most highly talented authors and illustrators, both emerging and award-winning.