November is Empathy Action Month. Here Sarah Mears shares the many ways that EmpathyLab is helping tackle a societal empathy deficit by promoting reading.
Award-winning professional poet, performer and educator, Joshua Seigal has a lifetime of experience using poetry in schools to develop literacy skills.
Unraveling the magic of creating narratives that give young minds a voice and unite communities in times of global turmoil, conflict, and change.
Exploring ways to prioritise school library spending when money is limited and book prices are rising by Pat Elliott and Sharon Walsh from Westminster Schools Library Service.
A librarian can bring many extra benefits to your school, helping teachers prepare and students unlock their love of stories and learning. Here librarian Laura Bennett, from Tower Hamlets SLS, discusses the plethora of ways she’s used by primary schools.
Human history is full of inventions. It starts back from the Dark Age, where humans first learned how to make fire and then began making the first tools to make their daily tasks easier. This pack will spark a discussion in the classroom and encourage your pupils to talk about the greatest inventions that have changed our lives writes Wanda Gajewski from Wandsworth LRS (Learning Resources Service). It should also inspire children to talk about what those inventors may have missed.