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Key Stage 2

For children aged 7 – 11

Cressida Cowell – Classroom Resources

Cressida Cowell is the current Waterstones Children’s Laureate and the bestselling author and illustrator of the How to Train Your Dragon and The Wizards of Once series. Discover the magic of Cressida Cowell with these […]

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What’s New, Harper Drew? – Teaching Resources

Packed FULL of mayhem and drama, What’s New, Harper Drew? is the laugh-out-loud new series about discovering inner confidence and finding the funny in the everyday, from debut fiction author Kathy Weeks with illustrations by […]

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Brain Power by Dr Ranj – Resources, Activities, Extracts and More!

Discover how to train your brain and become the best you can be in this empowering and inclusive guide by the nation’s favourite doctor, Dr Ranj. We’ve created lesson plans, resources and activities suitable for […]

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Split Survival Kit: Activity – Emotional Storms

These activities can be used help any child learning to understand and manage their emotions.   About Split Survival Kit:   A positive, empathetic and empowering ten-step guide to help children whose parents are splitting […]

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The Bird Singers by Eve Wersocki Morris – Activity Sheets

Strange things have been happening to Layah and her younger sister, Izzie, ever since their mother dragged them to a rain-soaked cottage miles from anywhere in the Lake District: there is a peculiar whistling at […]

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Spark by Mitch Johnson – Activity Sheets

When the water in Last Village dries up and its residents disappear, only Ash is left behind.   He sets off on a dangerous journey, searching for answers, hoping to find a rumoured land to […]

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Indigo Wilde Series Resources

Enter the rainbow world of magical mayhem with Indigo Wilde! The heartfelt, funny new series packed with brightly coloured illustrations by Pippa Curnick, perfect for newly independent readers aged 7+. Designed to spark the imagination […]

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The Worst Day Ever by James Bishop

When it starts with an alien invasion, a planet in danger AND a stubbed toe, you know it’s going to be The Worst Day Ever!   A hilarious space adventure from the author of Iguana Boy, for fans of Charlie Changes into a Chicken and The Spy Who Loved School Dinners.   Our classroom resources are suitable for KS2 children aged 7+, and they include extracts from the book, corresponding reading questions and a sequence of lessons to […]

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The Ship of Cloud and Stars by Amy Raphael

From the acclaimed author of The Forest of Moon and Sword, Amy Raphael, comes a high-seas adventure for readers 9+. It’s 1832 and Nico desperately wants to be an explorer, but her parents think adventures […]

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What is Mental Health? Where does it come from? And Other Big Questions – Activity Sheets

Mental health gets talked about a lot, but what is it? And where does it come from? This book explains what mental health is, considering how it relates to lots of different experiences, from how we […]

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My Period by Milli Hill – Resources for teachers and librarians

My Period is the one-stop first period book from bestselling author Milli Hill – covering everything kids need to know, from what to expect and what period products to use, to learning how to track […]

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We Will Remember Them – Activity Sheets and Teaching Resources

Produced in partnership with the Royal British Legion, this beautifully illustrated book explains to children why it’s important to remember the service and sacrifice of so many men and women from every background, who ensured our […]

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