Children have opinions!

What is the best way to ensure that KS2 understand that there are many different types of fiction? There is a very old and rather sad joke about a man who, when asked about his taste in literature, said that he didn’t read books.   Seeing the look of dismay on Read more…

Are you stuck for ideas?

Kate Heap, one of our authors, gives insights into why she has started blogging and which books have inspired her since childhood. Talking about her new resource books Kate, gives insights into the reasons why she is passionate about introducing children to classic literature and poetry. Her mission is to Read more…

Reading widely sparks children’s imagination

Kate Heap, one of our authors, has had a feature published online recently. In it her enthusiasm and passion for reading and getting children to read shines through. Kate describes where her love of reading comes from and why the Classics have always played an important role in her choice Read more…

Why classics?

What is the most effective way of helping children understand and value classic literature? Classic children’s literature has stayed the test of time because it contains concepts and stories which appeal to children irrespective of the changes that affect the world in which they live.  Such stories are quite simply, Read more…