“Henry loved eating all sorts of books: story books, dictionaries, atlases, joke books, books of facts, even maths books. But red ones were his favourite…” Synopsis: Henry loves books! But not
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Exploring texts with a small group is time well spent, but how do you make sure the rest of the class isn’t losing out? Read the full article here!
Synopsis: Lazlo is afraid of the dark. It hides in the closet and behind the shower curtains and festers menacingly in the basement. “I want to show you something,” whispers
Synopsis: What happens to Humpty Dumpty after ‘The Great Fall’? This beautiful book explores the aftermath of Humpty Dumpty’s famous tumble, his subsequent fear of heights and the terrible impact on
“Ian worked with a group of children who were finding writing really difficult. He was hugely inspiring to them and used creative ways to support them and produce some excellent
Drama is far more than just hot-seating. With the right activities, we can help children understand texts in more detail than ever before… Read the full article here!
“To read the artist’s picture is to mobilise our memories and our experience of the visible world and to test his image through tentative projections…It is not the ‘innocent eye’,