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Oxford Children’s Word of the Year 2021 is Anxiety

Oxford Children’s Word of the Year 2021 is Anxiety

18 January 2022

‘Anxiety’ is Oxford Children’s Word of the Year 2021 after surveying over 8,000 children from across 85 schools in the UK with a research focus on wellbeing

Supporting men’s emotional wellbeing in the workplace

Supporting men’s emotional wellbeing in the workplace

11 January 2022

To mark International Men’s Day 2021, we invited a panel of colleagues from across OUP to come together and speak about their wellbeing

Of course children’s classics are important, but we should still encourage variety in our reading

Of course children’s classics are important, but we should still encourage variety in our reading

20 December 2021

In his latest update, OUP's CEO discusses our latest research into reading at home, and how there's a place for all genres of literature

Parents opt to read old classics to children over new fiction

Parents opt to read old classics to children over new fiction

14 December 2021

New OUP research draws on insights from parents and carers across the world to reveal the power of reading

There’s no quick-fix to addressing the digital divide – but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try

There’s no quick-fix to addressing the digital divide – but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try

01 December 2021

In his latest update, OUP's CEO discusses the importance of addressing the digital divide following our latest report and Forum for Educators event