Alternative versions of fairy tales can help children understand how the stories came to be told, how they are passed down through generations and how they change over time.
Radical storyteller and industry expert, Alia Alzougbi, will share her advice on on shaping what stories we bring into schools.
Children’s book critic for The Times Literary Supplement, The Guardian and The Metro, Imogen Williams Russell, will share her insights on what welcomes young readers into factual books, and what pushes them away.
Discover the background to and research behind the Reading Agency’s “Reading Well” collection of books about mental health for children and young people.
Gillian Harris MBE responds to Cressida Cowell’s letter to the prime minster about school libraries.
Why teach children philosophy? Since philosophy is all about asking questions, children are instinctive ‘’philosophers’’. Philosophy can teach your pupils to think more clearly and to be confident in debates and discussions.