Book: Live Well, Teach Well by @AbbieMann1982 via @BloomsburyEd

Review compiled by: Carrie Old Supported by: Bloomsbury Education Publishing Live Well, Teach Well is a must […]

Books: The #FootballTrials series by @DrJohnHickman – Published by @BloomsburyEd

Imagine being a young football fanatic. Nothing else in life really matters, and your dream […]

Book: The Silver Hand by Terry Deary

At the time of writing, we are drawing towards the centenary of the end of […]

@BloomsburyEd launches new Online Resource for Early Years Practitioners

Bloomsbury Education is delighted to launch Bloomsbury Early Years, a subscription website for Early Years […]

Book: Mastering Primary English by Wendy Jolliffe & David Waugh

With the (re) introduction of phonics, grammar and a focus on some classic texts, there […]

Book: Mastering Primary Science by Kenna Worthington & Amanda McCrory

Supported by Bloomsbury Education Mastering any subject within the primary setting can be challenging, as […]

Book: The Dyslexia Assessment by @DysGuiseUK & @DrGavinReid

Supported by Bloomsbury Education Recognising and understanding dyslexia is a complex business, as different pupils […]

Book: How to be an Outstanding Primary Teaching Assistant by Emma Davie

Review compiled by: @SamPhillips33 Supported by Bloomsbury Education Following the launch of the Primary National Curriculum […]

Book: How to be an Outstanding Primary School Teacher by @HeadTeachDunn

With so many expectations, requirements and scrutiny of primary school teachers, it is easy to […]

Book: Engaging Learners (100 ideas) by @TeamTait

Engaging a bunch of teenagers after lunch on a Friday afternoon is no mean feat. […]

14 Great books for the Early Years EYFS

The Early Years of a child’s development are a delight to behold. Finding their place […]

Book: Supporting Children with SEN and Disabilities by @cherrylkd

The training for teachers in supporting pupils with special educational needs (SEN) and disabilities (SEND) […]

Book: Teaching Primary Geography by @StephenScoffham & @PrimaGeographer

The exploration opportunities that such a rich subject as Geography offers are boundless. There is […]

Book: Stretch and Challenge by Debbie Light @TeacherTweaks

As part of an ongoing series, this publication provides a comprehensive package of developing Stretch […]

Book: Motivating Unwilling Learners in Further Education by Susan Wallace

Motivating students once they arrive at the Further Education (FE) level – students aged 16-18 […]

Book: 100 Ideas for Secondary Teachers – Supporting Students with Autism by Claire Bullock

With the many challenges faced by teachers on a daily basis, supporting pupils with autism […]

Book: Effective Transition into Year One by @ABCDoes

Depending upon the school approach, the transition between the Early Years (pupils aged up to […]

Book: A Practical Guide to Nature-Based Practice by Niki Buchan

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Book: 100 ideas for Primary Teachers – Differentiation by @RachelOrr

When teachers are faced with 30 (or more) pupils who offer such wide a range […]

UKEdMag: Book shelf – Secondary Curriculum & Assessment Design By @ragazza_inglese

In the past few years, the way we think about assessment has undergone a revolution. […]

Book: Raising Boys’ Achievement by Gary Wilson

Gary Wilson is a man on a mission. Following on from his Pocket Pal Raising Boys’ […]

Review: Creative approach to teaching spelling by Kate Robinson

Becoming proficiently strong at spelling is one of those challenges that faces most individuals throughout […]

Book: Mental Health Matters by Paula Nagel

Published 8th September 2016 There’s an elephant in the room, as we say here in […]

Book: 100 Ideas for Secondary Teachers: Tutor Time by Molly Potter

Some love tutor time. Some hate it. Yet tutor time creates the opportunity to forget […]

Book: Teaching Primary Computing by @ICTMagic

We are living in a world where society is becoming more reliant upon computers, technology […]

Boys will be Brilliant by @linda_ltc and Gary Wilson

According to recent reports, boys are twice as likely to fall behind girls in the early […]

Book: 100 ideas for EY Practitioners – Supporting EAL Learners by @MarianneSargent

The number of children in UK schools who speak English as an Additional Language (EAL) […]

Book: Inclusion by @NancyGedge

All children are entitled to access to equal opportunities in their education, however children with […]

50 Fantastic Ideas for Messy Play by Phill and Sally Featherstone

Messy play is at the heart of the early years curriculum, supporting creativity and imagination, […]

Book: Supporting Students with Dyslexia by @DrGavinReid & Shannon Green

Do you need ready-to-use, fun and engaging ideas for supporting students with dyslexia in your […]

Book: Middle Leadership by @pkainsworth

Designing a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme can be daunting. Whether you are looking to […]

Book Review: Marking and Feedback by @MsFindlater

Designing a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme can be daunting. Whether you are looking to […]

Book Review: Leading from the Edge by @JamesHilton300

Taking control. It might seem impossible when you are a school leader, and chaos is […]

UKEdMag Book Shelf: By @TeacherTweaks – Lesson Planning Tweaks for Teachers

Planning a successful lesson is a deeply personal thing, and every teacher has his or […]

UKEdMag – Book Review: A Creative Approach to Teaching Rhythm & Rhyme by Andy Croft

– Poetry has incredible power, and is able to express messages in unique ways, with […]

UKEdMag: Book Review – The Spider Strategy by @marcellamccar16

– There are so many considerations with teaching, add in the constant pressure from changing […]

UKEdMag: How to survive an Ofsted Inspection by @msfindlater

Many fear the inspection regimes currently in place in many educational systems, but love them […]

Book Reviews: 100 Ideas Series via @ACBedu

– We review the following five books from a series of 100 Ideas titles published […]

Book Review: Maths is all Around You, by Marianne Knaus & Sally Featherstone

For practitioners and teachers who are blessed to work in the early years, finding activities […]

Book Review: Getting the Buggers to Behave by @Sue_Cowley

Managing behaviour looks different in each and every classroom as personal dynamics and situations vary […]

Book Reviews: A Creative Approach to Teaching Writing

–A Creative Approach to Teaching Writing by Steve Bowkett Teaching writing combines practical activities with […]

Book Review: Outstanding Maths Lessons – 100 Ideas by @MichaelOllerton

Teaching maths at a secondary level can be a real challenge. Pressures are mounted to […]

Book Reviews: Pocket Pal

Three updated editions of an expanding series of practical teaching books published by Bloomsbury now […]

Book Review: The Ultimate Guide to Using ICT Across the Curriculum, by Jon Audain

With technology becoming more portable, implementing ICT across different subjects is now a lot easier. […]

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