Everyone talks about closing gaps – language gaps, educational gaps, knowledge gaps, cultural gaps. However, research has shown for 50 years that only readers can outrun their background. And the earlier children get on the reading ladder, the more likely they are to become readers. With the right programme and teaching, all children can learn to […]
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I don’t know about you, but I look forward to introducing a new class reader with the various classes I teach. There’s something about the opportunity to share great literature with young people and also have the chance to share my own passion as a reader. It’s always enjoyable to challenge myself with a new […]
Jose Garcia shares what he keeps in mind when he’s planning lessons or writing resources to help make MFL more inclusive.
Recently, I’ve been playing around with and using a lot of Oxford University Press Shakespeare materials and resources, which are proving to be excellent. In particular, I’ve been experimenting with their ‘Macbeth GCSE Revision Workbook’ by Graham Elsdon, which is part of the Oxford School Shakespeare series. I’ve been using this in the more traditional […]
Nelson Science author, Dr. Anthony Russell discusses changes in science pedagogy and how he created a resource to cater for the new needs of tomorrow’s scientists.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at how international education authors approach creating a new maths series for today’s learners.
Sharon Porter makes recommendations that will support teachers and leaders to move from awareness to action to deepen their racial literacy.
Our selection of books that reflect a wider diversity of authors and characters to help you start diversifying your school’s bookshelves.
Find out how our DfE-validated phonics programmes support you and your school with ensuring every child learns to read, and loves to read.
Shareen Wilkinson reflects on the Lit in Colour research into diversity in literature, sharing her own experience of the gaps and some steps you can take to start diversifying reading in your school.