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Extend learning and deepen engagement with topics with these free downloadable resources for fiction and non-fiction titles, ideal for use in the classroom or library.

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Fantastically Feminist: Michelle Obama – Assembly and Lesson Ideas

Inspire pupils with this fantastically feminist biography of activist and global icon Michelle Obama!

Topics: feminism, empowerment, inspiration, resilience, kindness, KS1, KS2, EYFS

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Every Child a Song – Assembly Ideas

A moving picture book that encourages children and adults alike to speak up for young people all around the world, and to treat one another with compassion and kindness.

Topics: KS1, KS2, child rights, refugees, empathy, assembly

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Awesomely Austen Book Club Resources

Host your own Awesomely Austen book club bringing Jane Austen’s classic stories to a new, younger generation.

Topics: Book Club, English classics, History, KS2/3, Reading

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Fantastically Feminist: Michelle Obama – How to Draw

Discover the incredible story of inspiring activist Michelle Obama in this beautifully illustrated biography

Topics: KS1, KS2, ‘How to draw’, assembly, biography, activism

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Celebrate Halloween with Christopher Pumpkin and Mrs Blackhat

Halloween is approaching and we’ve got two spook-tastic books that will get little ones in the mood!

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Cats React To Science Facts – Space Poster

Cats React to Science Facts is packed with FUR-scinating facts to get the KS2 readers in your classroom excited about science in a fun, engaging and humorous way.

Topics: KS2, Science, Space, Climate Change, Human Body

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Toto the Ninja Cat and the Superstar Catastrophe by Dermot O’Leary – Teacher Resources

Teach children story writing, character building and how to better articulate their ideas and bring their stories and characters to…

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Becoming Dinah by Kit de Waal – Discussion Questions

A YA coming-of-age road trip novel responding to the classic story of Moby Dick

Topics: KS3, YA, LGBTQ+, female power, self-discovery

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