Get your class ready for SATs with our Greek Myths and Percy Jackson revision block!
Storytelling is a wonderful art form that can enthral and inspire children of all ages and the 1st-8th February is National Storytelling Week!
We now offer a wider range of English blocks for Spring term. Pick and choose from a range of texts, and tailor your teaching to the needs of your class.
‘Lyra and her daemon moved through the darkening Hall, taking care to keep to one side, out of sight of the kitchen.’
It is not often that opening a book provokes a gasp, but 'Dear Teacher' by Amy Husband is one of those books: the cover has to be ‘opened’ like an …
Read poetry with your KS1 class to develop spoken language, practise memorisation, try out performance skills and inspire powerful writing.
Every year on the 13th September we celebrate the birthday of Roald Dahl.
This joyous tale, written and illustrated by Quentin Blake, introduces the irrepressible Mrs Armitage and her dog Breakspear. She sets out on a bicycle ride, encountering a series of problems …
'How to Train Your Dragon' by the UK's new Children's Laureate, Cressida Cowell, makes a brilliant starting point for your Year 4 class to explore plot, character, setting, style, descriptive …