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Up to 50% off KS1/2 Literacy Resources

This month we're waving goodbye to some of our most-loved literacy resources in the first ever WordSpace clearance sale. If you're looking for creative (and affordable) ways to inspire pupils' creative writing then hurry on over to our website where you'll find discounts of up to 50%!

In our WordSpace sale you'll find lots of incredibly inventive resources to help you engage your whole school in creative writing days, inspire a love of literacy in boys, and much more.

School resources to inspire children to write

The WordSpace approach

WordSpace offers an approach to writing that is designed to stimulate ideas and events that give even the most reluctant writer inspiration.

WordSpace resources engage children in activities that make writing interesting, relevant and above all fun which not only supports the teaching of creative writing but also enhances writing skills and techniques. Browse through our WordSpace product pages to find specific ideas for ways to use each of the resources to support the new National Curriculum.

  • Providing authentic events to write about
  • Creating real audiences for writing
  • Exploring writing beyond the curriculum
  • Taking writing outside the classroom
WordSpace and the new National Curriculum
Teacher writing resources for the new National Curriculum

WordSpace and the new National Curriculum

Inspiring children to write has never been more critical. The new National Curriculum addresses this specifically, making reference to teaching children to write for a range of different audiences, contexts and purposes, as well as encouraging them to develop their creative writing skills.

WordSpace resources can help schools with the teaching of writing skills and techniques whist at the same time children are engaged in activities that make writing interesting, relevant and above all fun. Browse through our WordSpace product pages to find specific ideas for ways use each of the resources to support the new National Curriculum.

Encourage children to read something different
Encouraging children to read

How do we encourage children to read something different?

We’re all naturally drawn to the titles and authors that we already know and it’s not always easy to broaden our reading experiences.

Go Find a Book helps children to discover different writers and genres by challenging them to find books for a range of readers and purposes that we get them exploring all corners of the library.

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