Have a Horrid Henry Halloween!
Henry is back and naughtier than ever determined to ensure everyone has a HORRID Halloween! By internationally bestselling author Francesca Simon, treat your class to some laugh-out-loud spooky stories, some Dracula themed crafts and […]Read More
Storm Horse by Jane Elson School Resources
When a mystery horse gallops on to a London housing estate in the middle of a storm, it will change four kids’ lives for ever … A heart-warming tale that celebrates neurodiversity and the power […]Read More
Ten Little – Classroom set!
Make counting fun in your classroom with the amazing Ten Little Classroom set! Inspired by the bestselling picture book series by Mike Brownlow and Simon Rickerty. Including: Ten Little Activity Sheets Maths Lessons A3 Display […]Read More
Julia and the Shark School Resources
From the award-winning author of The Girl of Ink and Stars, Kiran Millwood Hargrave, and her husband, illustrator Tom de Freston, JULIA AND THE SHARK is a captivating, powerful story about a mother, a daughter […]Read More
Teacher and Librarian Showcase 2021
Welcome to our Teacher and Librarian Showcase 2021! We hope you enjoyed our first ever Teacher and Librarian showcase, filled with exclusive content, author videos and publishing highlights. For those of you that […]Read More
Help children stay AWESOME at home with You Are Awesome
These uncertain times can be tough for children, who may be struggling with worries and finding it difficult to find structure while at home. Keeping children occupied while at home can also put pressure on […]Read More
There’s a Rang-tan in My Bedroom
Teach children about the plight of the orangutan and the dangers of deforestation in, There’s a Rang-tan in My Bedroom, the timely and beautiful picture book by James Sellick and Frann Preston-Gannon, in collaboration with Greenpeace. We’ve […]Read More
Cressida Cowell’s Free Writing Friday
Cressida Cowell invites you to take part in Free Writing Friday. Cressida’s aim with Free Writing Friday is to inspire children, once a week, to write whatever they feel like in a designated book and […]Read More