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Reading Can Future Proof Your Kids

Dr Kathy Weston talks about the positive effects of encouraging reading in your home on your child's education. Read on to find out why books aren't just for bedtime.

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Franklin Watts and Wayland Catalogue

We are working in partnership with Franklin Watts and Wayland, award-winning publishers of innovative information books for children. Download the 2019 Education catalogue to discover brand new books on themes of well-being, Space, environmental issues, diversity & inclusion, STEM, and many more. 

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Ofsted's National Director for Education explains the new framework for the 2019 primary curriculum

Sean Harford, Oftsed's National Director for Education, breaks down the new September 2019 framework for primary schools.

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Fun activities to try this British Science Week

It’s British Science Week - an annual celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths. It is a fantastic opportunity to get your children involved in some really practical science activities. Here are some fun activities for you to try this British Science Week.

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Parents, do you know how powerful you are?

Read Dr Kathy Weston's 4 top tips for supporting your child's education from home.  Read more »

World Book Day 2019: The books and characters that inspired us growing up

To celebrate World Book Day, we asked members of the team to tell us which stories or book characters inspired them as a child. Meet the team and their literary heroes.

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2019 Catalogues

Download our 2019 Rising Stars and RS Assessment from Hodder Education catalogues to discover brand new resources, even more affordable prices and exclusive discounts.

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Encourage children to give feedback in class to support their learning

If children are taught how to give feedback on their learning, it means that teachers can be better equipped to help them make greater progress. Use this lesson plan to encourage children to reflect on what they say  about their learning and how this can help the teacher to support them.

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Celebrating love in all its forms this Valentine's Day

This Valentine’s Day we are celebrating love in all its forms! Why not use this year as an opportunity to discuss different family structures and relationships. Provide your child with a helpful framework and the vocabulary they need to be able to discuss different kinds of relationships and love. Here are our tips to celebrating all kinds of love this Valentine’s Day.

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Keeping Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation Practical and Fun

Does your class groan and moan when it’s time for grammar, spelling and punctuation work?
Grammar doesn’t have to be boring or completed sat at a table with a piece of paper and pencil. Try some of the ideas below to get kids moving around and having fun as they learn about grammar, spelling and punctuation.  

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