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  •   Get Your Copy Right: teaching students about copyright and plagiarism
    A teaching resource for students in upper Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 about copyright and plagiarism.
    6 Jul 2017
  • Network  Our Places Teacher Toolkit
    A resource packed with ideas for inspiring real reading and writing through exploration of the place we know best – our local area.
    16 May 2017 Network members only
  • Network  Making a family history book
    This resource looks at how to bring parents and their children together to produce a book based on their family's history.
    21 Feb 2017 Network members only
  • Network  The Storytellers' Top Ten
    Our top ten ideas for using storytelling to build bridges with parents and families.
    10 Jan 2017 Network members only
  • Network  The Story Collectors' Toolkit
    A host of creative ideas and activities to support your school community in collecting and sharing its own family stories by celebrating the power of story and building bridges to help literacy development through parental engagement.
    10 Jan 2017 Network members only
  • Network  Assessment - key documents and resources
    A list of the most useful documents, resources and websites focusing on assessment without levels.
    20 Sep 2016 Network members only
  • Network  What the English curriculum means to us – a pupil view
    A film from High View School in Plymouth in which pupils talk about what the English curriculum means to them.
    19 Sep 2016 Network members only
  • Network  Storybook Curriculum Example: This Morning I Met a Whale
    We look at how the reading of a story can act as a starting point to whole units of work using Michael Morpurgo's fantastic book This Morning I Met a Whale.
    16 Sep 2016 Network members only
  • Network  Craze of the Month
    We look at some of the latest trends and how they could be used to promote literacy.
    12 Sep 2016
  •   Picture the Poet
    A teaching resource for Years 5-7 to support the teaching of creative poetry plus additional lesson plan for KS4.
    26 Aug 2016

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