If you are interested in using or building on the various outputs of the iRead project please get in touch with the key contact person listed below.


Our team of linguists and education researchers from top universities across Europe used rigorous research techniques informed by the latest science to develop the dictionaries and language models of the Linguistic Infrastructure. 

The dictionaries provide useful information about words including phonics features, chunking and syllabification, and grammar such as parts of speech. The language models capture the journey of a student learning to read and contain information such as which language features should be mastered before introducing a new one. These are freely available to download from the European Language Grid.

For consultancy services to support the implementation and use of the linguistic resources please contact:

LanguageKey Contact
EnglishDr Emma Sumner (UCL)
GermanProfessor Günter Neumann (DFKI)
GreekDr Maria Mastropavlou (University of Ioannina)
SpanishDr Roger Gilabert (University of Barcelona)


We are currently looking for commercial partners who are interested in licensing the Navigo Game. Please contact Drew Wilkins (Fish in a Bottle) for further information.


Our team has extensive experience in the design and delivery of edtech CPD training for primary teachers, and during the course of the iRead project we conducted 100+ in-person and online workshops with teachers from the UK, Spain, Germany, Greece, Romania and Sweden.

To find out more about the tailored edtech CPD consultancy services we can offer please contact us via email: iread@ucl.ac.uk.