We are delighted to be working alongside the following wonderful companies
The Literacy Shed
Home to a wealth of visual resources that @redgierob has collected over 10 years as a primary school teacher. High quality resources that can be used in stand alone literacy lessons, form the basis for a whole Literacy unit or support literacy units that are already in place. There are many book based activities and using the book alongside the digital resource is advocated. Find them on Twitter at @LiteracyShed or on their website.
The Chartered College of Teaching
Aiming to improve the quality of education for children and young people by supporting teachers, championing great teaching and raising the status of the profession. Find them on Twitter at @CharteredColl or on their website.
Rising stars provides an award-winning range of books, teaching resources and software that support primary teachers and learners in the UK and across the world. They produce resources that support all areas of the primary curriculum, from mathematics to English, computing to PE. Find them on Twitter @risingstarsedu or on their website.
Our team of experts provide a wide range of business management services and teaching and learning for schools. Believing passionately that every child has the right to a quality education, we are proud to support schools to improve pupil outcomes.
We lead the way in supporting teachers allowing them to dedicate their time to teaching, and create exciting opportunities for children and young people, consistently responding to the changing environment of the education sector to ensure schools have what they need at the time they need it most.
We never forget that working to support the education of children is a privilege.
Book Clubs in Schools
Book Clubs in Schools is a not-for-profit organisation offering a unique cross-age peer mentoring programme.
They work in secondary schools in disadvantaged areas inspiring a lifelong love of reading, narrowing the social gap, building character, and encouraging critical thinking and creativity. They are the only programme which delivers book clubs within a school setting and trains the older students to lead the book clubs for all Year 7s, or 6th formers to work with younger children in local primary schools. So far the book club has reached over 7,000 students. Find them on Twitter at @schoolbookclubs or their website.