The 2018 shortlist of books for the CILIP Carnegie Medal 2017 – recommended for children aged 9-16 and young adults in primary and secondary schools.
Recommended magazines and newspapers for children aged 3-6, 7-12 and 13+ in the UK. Ideal reading material for pupils in UK primary and secondary schools and useful resources for teachers and school libraries.
The 2017 shortlist of books for the CILIP Carnegie Medal 2017 – recommended for children aged 10-14+ and young adults in primary and secondary schools. A great list for secondary school class readers and summer reading material for teens.
Suggested toys & games to develop an understanding of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) in primary and secondary school children aged 5-12.
The 2016 shortlist of books for the CILIP Carnegie Medal 2016 – recommended for children aged 10-14+ and young adults in primary and secondary schools. A great list for secondary school class readers and summer reading material for teens.
A list of resources for English teachers including links to curriculum, assessment, creative writing, extra-curricular, enrichment and motivational ideas.
A list of links to website promoting public speaking and reading aloud competitions, initiatives and schemes for children in primary and secondary schools.
A calendared list of competitions, festivals and events ideal for schools to promote to primary and secondary aged pupils.
Following established annual Children’s Literature awards is a good way to decide which books to pick when purchasing new stock for your school library, or which new books to buy for your children. Leading UK and international Children’s Literature awards The New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards The Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals The Newbery […]
Scholastic Book Club – Information and teachers and parents. Scholastic Book Fair Travelling Book fair Usborne Book fairs BookedUp – sadly now closed. BookBuzz – books for your school library Book Trust School Library Book Pack for secondary school libraries
The Dark Wild by Piers Torday