There’s a new, super inventive science series on the fiction shelves for six to nine-year-olds with diverse characters – Leonora Bolt. Here author Lucy Brandt talks about her inspirations and hope to highlight the joy of STEM subjects through humour and creativity.
Preston-based Jake Hope has found all sorts of ways to bring the best reading to children, especially those living in the north of England. Here he discusses how children’s books and libraries make life better.
Short film exploring how and why Teachers and Head Teachers are buying a SLS UK learning resources subscription from Wandsworth Council.
In Northumberland Deputy Head Caroline Bilton’s push for better reading skills, especially amongst children from disadvantaged backgrounds, has seen her take up an extra training role helping teachers use best practice. Interview by Nicola Baird.
Where did the idea of book-based empathy building come from? And what are the highlights of Empathy Day on June 9? Miranda Mckearney from the EmpathyLab explains. Interview by Nicola Baird
“Let me tell you a little story…” is the way author David Pullar starts many of his answers.
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