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Published: Sun 9th October 2022
Check out Mariam's review of this YA page-turner...
By Mariam Zaheer | Book Reviews, Family, Kids, Teachers
Published: Fri 6th May 2022
The role of a teacher is endless. Supporting young ones in developing and finding themselves can be hard! That’s why we’ve created this teacher guide on how to help your class on their journeys of self-discovery.
By Luke Chapman | Teachers, Activities, Competitions
Published: Fri 29th April 2022
Twitter can be a fantastic place for educators. Rife with teaching resources, networking threads and thousands of experienced friends, it's a fantastic place to be.
By Luke Chapman | Teachers, Top Tips
Published: Sun 20th March 2022
Support your pupils in creating original characters for their Bonkers Monsters stories with these handy ideas!
By Luke Chapman | Activities, Competitions, Kids, SPaG Monsters, Teachers, Top Tips
Published: Mon 7th March 2022
Let’s dive into the most iconic historical fictional villains through time. Perfect to inspire writing and develop all angles of any story.
By Luke Chapman | Competitions, Kids, Teachers
Published: Wed 23rd February 2022
How to find inspiration, top tips, and how not to be boring! "Read How school visits and meeting readers has inspired my writing" by Dan Smith now...
By Dan Smith | Author, Guest Blog, Kids, Parents, Teachers, Top Tips
Published: Fri 4th February 2022
Writing a story in the style of a diary is a brilliant way to get your readers inside the mind of your main character straight away. Here's author Kathy Weeks' inside knowledge to help you!
By Kathy Weeks | Activities, Author, Guest Blog, Kids, Parents, Teachers, Writing Tips
Published: Thu 3rd February 2022
Learn about the history of Afro Hair with Kandace Chimbiri in her latest book. Diversify your reading list and learn about the world!
By Luke Chapman | Author, Family, Interview, Kids, Lit in Colour, Parents, Recommended Reads, Teachers
Published: Wed 2nd February 2022
Mollie has written up her experiences with the Empowered competition and how she inspired her class to take on the challenge extracurricular.
By Mollie Hogg | Guest Blog, Poetry, Teachers, Alumni
Published: Tue 1st February 2022
The amazing Gill Lewis has written a guest blog for us to celebrate the launch of "A Street Dog Named Pup!"
By Gill Lewis | Activities, Author, Family, Guest Blog, Kids, Parents, Teachers, Top Tips, Writing Tips