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International Primary Schools Catalogue 2021

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2021 International Primary Schools Catalogue Welcome to our new International Primary Schools Catalogue. Inside you will find a wide range of resources for primary schools covering a variety of popular curriculums. These resources are packed full of fun and inspiring ideas for teachers and pupils. We firmly believe at Collins in choice and variety and whilst we appreciate you will see resources from many excellent publishers, we’d just love to take the opportunity to talk to you about our resources, or even show you them, so please do get in touch! Our contact details are on the back page, and if you are not sure who to contact then email collins.international@harpercollins.co.uk – one of us will get back to you as soon as we can. We love hearing feedback on our resources. Don’t forget to follow our social channels on Twitter and Facebook and get to know our international team using the hashtag #hellocollinsinternational

Rob Thompson International Sales Director PS: If you’re wondering about the cover, there’s an explanation of it on the next page, but it’s one of my favourite places to sit and watch the sun go down after a busy day – a friendly, beautiful and historic city.

Collins is proud to be an official publisher of endorsed resources for Cambridge Assessment International Education qualifications. As an endorsement partner, we work closely together with Cambridge International to develop a range of trusted and high calibre materials which offer teachers and learners across the world the possibility to make an informed choice on the best resources for them. Together we strive to help learners think bigger, reach higher and build a strong foundation for a lifetime of learning.

Look out for this logo on the front covers of our endorsed resources. All endorsed resources have been through a detailed quality assurance process, therefore you can be confident that all the learning objectives of the curriculum frameworks and syllabuses have been covered.

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Contents

Key Symbols used in the catalogue

English 4–21

AS

Assessment Support

CP

For Cambridge Primary

IPC

For International Primary Curriculum

PYP

Matches the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme

Age 5–11

Age range

New

New titles

English as a Second Language 22–27 Maths

28–35

Science

36–39

Geography, History & PSHE

40-45

Music

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Spanish

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Dictionaries

53–55

Revision and Practice

56–61

Classroom Display

62–63

eBooks

eBooks available

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Cover Explanation Our cover illustration for 2021 celebrates 400 years since the birth of Francesco Laparelli da Cortona, an assistant of Michelangelo, who oversaw the construction of Valetta and its beautiful city walls as one of the most iconic cityscapes in the world.

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English New titles

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Complete support for primary reading Foster a lifelong love of reading with over 1000 book-banded readers featuring beautiful illustrations and stunning photography for every step of a child’s reading journey. ●

Develops key reading skills including inference and deduction through comprehensive teaching and assessment support

High-quality fiction and non-fiction in a range of genres to support teaching across the curriculum

Ensures readers of all needs and abilities are supported

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Total support for guided and independent reading

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Inspiring fiction & non-fiction to enrich curriculum teaching

Classics

Tales

Shakespeare

Discover important stories with retellings of much-loved classics.

Dive into the magic with beautifully illustrated myths and tales from around the world.

Bring the Bard’s works to life in the classroom with abridged versions of famous Shakespeare stories.

Science

History

Geography

Inform

Bring a range of science topics to life with fascinating facts and detailed images.

Explore history through the ages and learn about key historical moments and figures.

Discover people and places around the world.

Complete support for cross-curricular teaching.

Sport

Animals

Discover a range of sports and real life stories about the world’s most inspirational sporting figures.

Learn about creatures from around the world with amazing photo images and fascinating facts.

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Poetry and Plays Set the stage... exciting poems and play scripts from writers including Michael Rosen and John Agard.

Guided reading Handbooks Six Guided Reading Handbooks cover every book in the core Collins Big Cat series and provide a continuous programme of teaching and assessment, taking every pupil from phonics to fluency.

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English New titles

New titles

A secure start to every child’s reading journey ●

Fiction and non-fiction books, from Lilac to Turquoise book bands, fully aligned to Letters and Sounds Phases 1–6 for complete practice of all the required phonemes

Practise and consolidate words and phonemes, model fluency and check comprehension with the clear and bespoke reading notes provided inside every book

The Phonics Practice range supports early readers with highly decodable books for further practice and development

2 Teacher Handbooks available for integrating Collins Big Cat Letters and Sounds into your phonics teaching.

Look at Them Go Book band: Red B

This non-fiction book uses simple mechanics and physics to explain back car, a catapult, a how these devices work: clock, a water blaster, a pull a bike and a hot air balloo n.

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Review: /sh/ /th/ /ch/

/z/ • Introduce the new sounds to practise the Phase 3 sounds in this book.

• Make sure children are confident reading these sounds. • Use Look at Them Go: Resource sheet 1 to introduce the focus sounds: /air/ and /oi/. Encourage children to read the phrase aloud to help them remember the sound each grapheme makes and then say the sound as they trace the letters .

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Comprehension

• Ask children to talk to their partner about their favourite explanation. Take feedback.

Reading for pleasure The Marvellous Thing That Came from a Spring Gilbert Ford How Do Toys Work? Joann a Brundle

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Support struggling readers with books tailor-made for them Develop fluency and comprehension whilst building confidence and a love of reading with 71 Progress books. These dual-banded books offer lower primary reading levels at upper primary interest levels.

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Hundreds of Collins Big Cat books have been matched and levelled to Reading Recovery making it even easier to assess reading progress.

White Plus and Lime Plus

New

Challenge your high-attaining pupils with books you can trust

Engage pupils who are ready for higher reading levels with ageappropriate fiction

Build reading stamina through longer texts and more complex plot structures

Broaden vocabulary and expand inference and deduction skills ahead of upper primary

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Explore STEMNew careers titles with Dani and Tara Binns

When these sisters open up their dressing up box, something exciting happens…

Inside the box are clothes, uniforms, shoes and hats…an outfit for every job you can think of. Which one will the box choose? ●

Showcase a strong female protagonist who is transported into another world based upon the uniforms in her dressing-up box

Filled with fast-paced adventures and explores a different STEM career through the eyes of Tara, Dani and their friends

Present a positive female role model, broaden horizons and promote a view of gender parity in the working world

New

Stunning new stories set in the Caribbean Travel across the islands with the new range of Big Cat books!

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Suitable for a wide range of readership, in the Caribbean and beyond

Inspiring stories by expert local authors and brilliant illustrators with a unique understanding of the region

Mapped to the Collins Big Cat reading scheme to help build fluency

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Arabic Readers

English

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‫سلسلة القراءة‬ ‫املو ّجهة‬

Discover an inspiring series of graded readers for children learning to read in Arabic! ●

Carefully structured to align with the learning progression of Arabic in schools and nurseries, the series is suitable for native speakers and learners of Arabic as a foreign language.

The 16 levels allow children to build their reading knowledge step by step and ensure that there is a book suitable for every child and every level.

A mix of fiction and non-fiction brought to life by beautiful illustrations.

Each book includes an ‘ideas for reading’ section for teachers and parents to check children’s understanding.

Visit www.collins.co.uk/bigcatarabic:

For more information in both English and Arabic

For a full list of ISBNs and pricing

To find the most suitable books for your pupils, by exploring each level in more detail

To download worksheets and a description in Arabic in the free resources tab

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Bring reading to life in school and at home with the Big Cat eBook library! ●

Support front-of-class teacher modelling and shared reading when used on interactive whiteboards

Perfect for individual reading in class and at home, so children can practise reading at the right level without needing to share books amongst other pupils

New books are added throughout the year, as they become available, keeping the reading library engaging and exciting

Access on any device via a web browser or by the Collins eBooks Android and iOS apps

Access over 1000 levelled eBooks in your own virtual reading corner!

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Assessment in Collins Big Cat ●

Bespoke reading ideas in the back of each book give suggestions to help conduct a reading session.

Further formative assessments through detailed lesson plans in the Guided Reading Handbooks, as well as 8 summative assessments per band.

The Reading Assessment Tool app allows you to quickly and accurately assess children’s reading progress using miscue analysis.

Access the audio file to listen again

Track progress of each child over time

Identify areas of weakness for a targeted approach to improvement

See results from each child’s miscue session instantly

Everything you need to know about each child’s reading skills is clearly measured with an easy, manageable progression plan

Print a report that allows you to show progress to senior management or parents

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72 phonic-based readers for further practice and development.

300 fully decodable readers aligned to Letters and Sounds for a secure start to reading.

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Over 1000 levelled eBooks, including 256 fully decodable phonics books, to bring reading to life at school and at home (new books are also added throughout the year as they become available).

71 levelled readers tailor-made for children who are struggling with reading.

24 phonic-based readers at an introductory level for children who are struggling with decoding.

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2A Red A

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6 7 8 Orange Turquoise Purple

6 7 8 Orange Turquoise Purple

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– Reading Recovery

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13 Topaz

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The most thorough and accurate way of assessing reading using miscue analysis.

Collins Big Cat Reading Assessment Tool

Practical planning and teaching guidance to boost struggling readers.

1 Progress Handbook

Targeted guided and whole-class reading lesson plans and activities to boost comprehension, inference and vocabulary.

6 Guided Reading Handbooks

Full support for integrating Collins Big Cat Phonics for Letters and Sounds readers into your phonics teaching.

2 Phonics Teacher Handbooks

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READING LEVEL Ages 7–11

Teacher support and assessment

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EBOOKS

PROGRESS

PHONICS PROGRESS

biographies and reports covering science, geography and history. Fiction includes classics, Shakespeare retellings, poetry and traditional tales to support English.

Cover the Curriculum with Collins Big Cat: Non-Fiction includes information texts,

More than 1000 high-quality banded readers for the whole school covering a wealth of genres and topics.

PHONICS PRACTICE

PHONICS FOR LETTERS AND SOUNDS

READING LEVEL Ages 4–7

Support every child on their reading Support every childtoonfluency their reading journey from phonics to fluency journey from phonics

PHONICS

GUIDED, WHOLE-CLASS AND INDEPENDENT READING

READING INTERVENTION

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In May 2020, Egmont Books joined the HarperCollins family, with their broad and inclusive portfolio of child-friendly picture books, fiction, non-fiction and brands. Egmont’s company purpose is to make every child a proud reader, so there are gems from across their list that can inspire reading for pleasure for all ages and tastes and can also support learners whether they are learning to read or gaining proficiency in English as a foreign language.

Reading Ladder is a stepped reading programme of over 65 titles, created in conjunction with leading literacy consultant, Nikki Gamble. Deliberately less formal than other phonetics-based academic schemes, Reading Ladder offers a choice of popular authors, colourful illustrations, beloved characters and a mix of great stories and non fiction to help encourage emerging readers.

Level 1

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Jeff Brown

978-1-40-528207-9

Under the Sea

Sue Mayfield

978-1-40-528230-7

Thomas and Friends: Fun and Bumps Rev. W Awdry

978-1-40-528258-1

Three Waggy Tales

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Level 2

Kate liked her best friend Amy most of all.

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Sample pages from Monster Eyeballs

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Monster Eyeballs

Jacqueline Wilson

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Follow the Swallow

Julia Donaldson

978-1-40-528200-0

Sinclair the Wonder Bear

Malorie Blackman

978-1-40-528203-1

It’s a Dog’s Life

Michael Morpurgo

978-1-40-528256-7

Level 3

Teeth Like Jagged Rocks Far away in the cold and icy North, in the Land of the Vikings, a little village lay beneath a silvery moon. The wind chased snowflakes round the houses, and all was quiet. Although something was stirring in the forest nearby . . .

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Sample pages from Trouble with Trolls A day in the Life of Triceratops

Susie Brooks

978-1-40-528042-6

Press Play

Anne Fine

978-1-40-521856-6

Animal Survivors

Clive Gifford

978-1-40-528492-9

Trouble with Trolls

Tony Bradman

978-1-40-528683-1

Egmont also publish Young Readers for some of their most popular brands and characters. For children who perhaps prefer a digital screen to a book, look out in 2021 for titles from brands as diverse as Minecraft and Netflix hit animation series Spirit. Spirit Riding Free: Young Readers Spring Beginnings [PB] 978-0-75-550132-8 April 2021 Spirit Riding Free: Young Readers: Meet the PALS [PB]

978-0-75-550116-8 April 2021

Minecraft Reading Ladder 1: Mobs [PB]

978-0-75-550044-4 May 2021

Minecraft Reading Ladder 2: Survival Mode [PB]

978-0-75-550045-1 May 2021

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National Geographic Readers Enliven your cross-curricular lessons and inspire all readers with exciting non-fiction books

New titles

. Amazing National Geographic photography and lively text will appeal to all children . A variety of natural world topics are covered from pandas and polar bears to meteors and prehistoric mammals

. Children will have an enjoyable read through fun facts, quizzes and games . Adapted by Collins for readers of British English

Fun facts make reading enjoyable and appealing

Stunning high-quality photos draw readers in and capture their interest Interesting facts feature throughout the books

Sample pages from Deadly Predators, Level 3: Becoming Independent

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Early Readers

New KS1 set available!

Great for readers of Yellow and Blue banded books

10 engaging books for early readers who are beginning to read fluently with support. Simple sentences and text allows children to use their phonic knowledge to read new words. Readers will discover a variety of animals including otters, snakes and butterflies.

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Becoming Fluent 18 accessible books for children who are developing reading stamina and starting to read independently. Books are longer and give opportunities for phonics practice. As well as learning about animal facts, children will explore the wider natural world, learning about storms and plants. Ideal for readers of Green, Orange and Turquoise banded books

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Becoming Independent 18 books for readers who are ready to tackle more challenging texts with some support. Texts contain more challenging sentence structures and vocabulary and topics cover a wider variety of creatures and Use with readers habitats through amazing images and facts. of Purple and Gold banded books

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Independent Readers 18 exciting books for more independent readers who are ready for complex sentence structures and vocabulary. Texts contain sophisticated non-fiction features such as maps and diagrams to help readers explore topics such as space and water in more detail.

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Perfect for confident readers of White and Lime banded books

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National Geographic  Face to Face with Lions Level 5

Nicklin/ Nicklin National Geographic  Face to Face with Dolphins Level 5

Level 1 • Early reader

8 stunning books for children who are confident in reading independently and ready for the challenge of varied sentence lengths, some technical vocabulary and increasing inference.

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Come face to face with the world’s most exciting and interesting wildlife. Meet the dolphins …

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FACE TO FACE WITH independently and ready for the challenge of varied sentence

Level 5 These books are ideal for kids who are confident in reading

Level 5 These books are ideal for kids who are confident in reading independently and ready for the challenge of varied sentence lengths, some technical vocabulary and increasing inference.

by Beverly and Dereck Joubert

lengths, some technical vocabulary and increasing inference.

Level 6 • Skilled reader

FACE TO FACE WITH

Level 6 • Skilled reader

by Flip and Linda Nicklin ISBN 978-0-00-835802-0

Adapted by Collins for readers of British English. Notes for teachers and parents available on collins.co.uk.

ISBN 978-0-00-835806-8

Adapted by Collins for readers of British English. Notes for teachers and parents available on collins.co.uk.

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Level 6 These books are ideal for kids who are very confident in

reading independently and ready to challenge themselves with a wide variety of sentence structures and writing styles, a range of new technical vocabulary and the need for more complex inference.

reading independently and ready to challenge themselves with a wide variety of sentence structures and writing styles, a range of new technical vocabulary and the need for more complex inference.

by Yva Momatiuk and John Eastcott ISBN 978-0-00-835817-4

ISBN 978-0-00-835816-7

Adapted by Collins for readers of British English. Notes for teachers and parents available on collins.co.uk.

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FACE TO FACE WITH

National Geographic Kids  Face to Face with Penguins Level 6

Level 1 • Early reader

9 books for children who are very confident in reading independently and ready to challenge themselves with a wide variety of sentence structures and writing styles, a range of new technical vocabulary and the need for more complex inference.

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Level 6

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Come face to face with the world’s most exciting and interesting wildlife. Meet the leopard …

Joubert/Joubert National Geographic Kids  Face to Face with Leopards Level 6

Skilled Readers

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Adapted by Collins for readers of British English. Notes for teachers and parents available on collins.co.uk.

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Free downloadable reading notes are available for every book at www.collins.co.uk/NatGeoReaders

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Collins International Primary English (0058)

New

Age 5–11

eBooks

CP

Second Edition

Series Editor: Daphne Paizee Authors: Catherine Baker, Jan Gallow, Daphne Paizee, Joyce Vallar Ensure full coverage of the new Cambridge Primary English curriculum framework with Collins International Primary English – a six-level, multi-component course, which has been carefully developed to meet the needs of teachers and students in the international market.

Student’s Books: ●

E nsure learners follow a clear structure with smooth progression through levels

S howcase and discuss carefully selected fiction and non-fiction texts

 ffer carefully differentiated activities to develop O confidence and competence

Workbooks: ●

Provide additional material for practice and reinforcement

Link together exercises and activities to corresponding Student’s Book

Offer opportunities to build and develop all key skills

Supports Cambridge Global Perspectives™ with activities that develop and practise key skills.

Also available for the current curriculum framework (0844). For a full list of titles and pricing information see order form at collins.co.uk/intcatalogues

We are working with Cambridge Assessment International Education towards endorsement of this series.

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● Deliver

comprehensive lessons with easy-to-follow lesson plans and suggestions for class activities

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Teacher’s Guides: ● Extend

and support learning with audio fi les, slideshows and printable worksheets available from the Collins website

Carefully selected texts to provide both non-fiction and fiction discussion points

Simple and clear explanations

Visually appealing with the look and feel of a magazine rather than a textbook

Sample pages from Student’s Book 3

Engaging illustrations and photographs activate learners’ imaginations

Fun suggestions for whole-class activities

Student’s Book: Stage 1 978-0-00-834088-9

Teacher’s Guide: Stage 4 978-0-00-836778-7

Student’s Book: Stage 2 978-0-00-836764-0

Teacher’s Guide: Stage 5 978-0-00-836779-4

Student’s Book: Stage 3 978-0-00-836765-7

Teacher’s Guide: Stage 6 978-0-00-836780-0

Student’s Book: Stage 4 978-0-00-836766-4

Workbook: Stage 1 978-0-00-836769-5

Student’s Book: Stage 5 978-0-00-836767-1

Workbook: Stage 2 978-0-00-836770-1

Student’s Book: Stage 6 978-0-00-836768-8

Workbook: Stage 3 978-0-00-836771-8

Teacher’s Guide: Stage 1 978-0-00-836775-6

Workbook: Stage 4

Teacher’s Guide: Stage 2 978-0-00-836776-3

Workbook: Stage 5 978-0-00-836773-2

978-0-00-836777-0

Workbook: Stage 6 978-0-00-836774-9

Teacher’s Guide: Stage 3

978-0-00-836772-5

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Treasure House Everything you need for English, under one roof

Spelling

Age 5–11

AS eBooks

Comprehension

Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation Composition

Handwriting

A comprehensive suite of books and digital resources written for the English Programme of Study

Flexible resources to suit your teaching needs and an approach that works for your pupils

Exciting interactive resources on Collins Connect to support your chosen teaching approach

Frequent formative assessment opportunities and carefully crafted practice activities to prepare

pupils for exams ●

Handwriting resources to support handwriting development and ensure extra spelling practice

The Reading Attic – digital resources to inspire a love of reading for pleasure in all pupils

Foundation books and digital resources to support early years outcomes for reading,

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Select a teaching approach to suit your needs Skills Focus Pathway

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A focus on key skills to ensure your pupils fully master spelling, comprehension, composition and vocabulary, grammar and punctuation. In-depth Teacher's Guides and Pupil Books for each skill provide discrete practice and consolidation.

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Skills Focus Pathway A rigorous programme that allows you to concentrate on key skills to ensure your pupils fully master spelling, comprehension, composition and vocabulary, grammar and punctuation. In-depth Teacher’s Guides and Pupil Books for each year and skill provide discrete practice and consolidation through targeted units focusing on different aspects of English.

Integrated English Pathway A complete English programme which supports a holistic approach to English and teaches the core skills in context. Teacher’s Guides for each year offer genre-based teaching sequences supported by anthologies containing source texts. Through the teaching sequences, pupils will read and analyse the source texts whilst focusing on skills relevant to the texts. They will then draft and write their own pieces of writing.

The Reading Attic Extra digital resources to enhance your English teaching even further. Featuring audio extracts from books written by much-loved authors and exciting lesson sequences to develop a love of reading for pleasure.

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Brand Characters - Reading interactive activities cover spelling, comprehension, vocabulary, grammar and punctuation and composition

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Age 3–7

New level

Authors: Liz Webster and Sue Reed Invigorate your phonics lessons with Song of Sounds, a dynamic hands-on programme that meets the learning needs of your whole class Song of Sounds is multi-sensory with kinaesthetic, auditory and visual activities that reinforce skills through a variety of learning styles making it ideal for pupils with English as a second language. ●

A song is integral to the programme to help children remember every phoneme, a highly active approach with whole-body actions and lots of games to aid learning

A one-stop shop for all your phonic needs. Contents include: ● ● ● ● ●

Audio CD Teacher’s Handbook Resource CD Flashcards Classroom frieze Picture cards

Carefully differentiated with support and challenge tips to cater for every child in the classroom

The new level – Stage 0 Nursery Pack – introduces the sounds of the alphabet through fun, age-appropriate games and activities that take no more than 10 minutes per day

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English as a Second Language

Collins Explore English (0057)

Age 5–11

CP

eBooks

Authors: Sandy Gibbs, Robert Kellas, Karen Morrison, Daphne Paizee Explore English has been written with a range of international contexts in mind and offers progression within and across levels. The course offers full coverage of the new Cambridge Primary English as a Second Language curriculum framework.

Student’s Resource Books: ● Provide

excitement and enjoyment with a visually appealing magazine-style book

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and discuss a range of carefully selected fiction and non-fiction reading texts on a variety of age-appropriate topics

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imaginations and help create an inclusive learning environment

● Challenge ● Extend

learners to think deeply and communicate their ideas and opinions

learning with audio fi les available as a free download

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keys for Coursebook exercises included in each unit

English as a Second Language

Student’s Coursebooks:

Supports Cambridge Global Perspectives™ with activities that develop and practise key skills.

Interesting fiction and nonfiction texts on a wide range of international topics

Colourful and eyecatching format

Plenty of opportunities for reflection and learning

Sample pages from Student’s Book 3

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English as a Second Language

New series

CEFR Level: Pre A1 – A1

Series Editor: Rebecca Adlard

The perfect start to a child’s journey into learning English Get the perfect start to learning English with this exciting new series of graded readers for young learners. This series of 200 illustrated readers encourages children to explore a range of fun and familiar themes across fiction and non-fiction, allowing them to develop their English vocabulary and key language skills. Fifty of these readers are based around the lives of two loveable siblings Ivy and Mack. These stories follow their child-centred view of the world forming the heart of the Peapod Readers series. Written by a creative team of authors and ELT Young Learner specialists whilst drawing on the expertise of the Collins COBUILD corpus, these readers are tailored to the needs and requirements of young learners of English. All readers include: ●

Before and after reading activities introducing key terms and aid retelling of story

Alignment with the Cambridge English Qualifications: Pre-A1 Starters and A1 Movers

Downloadable audio and reading guides for extra support

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English as a Second Language

Cambridge English Qualifications: A2 Key and B1 Preliminary

CEFR Level: A2– B1

Updated to reflect the new exam specification introduced in January 2020, these resources offer all the practice you need for a top score.

Practice Tests for A2 Key for Schools Author: Sarah Jane Lewis This resource is suitable for Elementary or Pre-intermediate students preparing to take the Cambridge English A2 Key for Schools qualification. ● Sample ● A

answer sheets from Cambridge English are included

mini-dictionary of difficult words from the tests, taken from our COBUILD dictionaries

● Downloadable

audio and audio scripts for the Listening and Speaking papers

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Practice Tests for B1 Preliminary for Schools Author: Peter Travis This is suitable for Pre-intermediate and Intermediate students preparing to take the Cambridge English B1 Preliminary for Schools qualification. ● 8

complete practice tests, fully updated for the revised 2020 exam specification

● Material

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● Introduction

contains a full guide to the different sections of the test, along with tips and practical advice on how to revise and prepare for the test Practice Tests for B1 Preliminary for Schools

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Practice Tests for A2 Key and B1 Preliminary also available

Introducing English to Young Children Author: Opal Dunn This easy-to-read book looks at how children begin to acquire English as a second (or even third) language, and how teachers can best support them in this process through creating a playful and child-centred classroom environment.

Reading and Writing

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CP

Authors: Anna Osborn and Barbara Mackay

Help young learners have a positive first experience preparing for an English test Each book includes: ● Three complete practice tests suitable for those preparing to take the Cambridge English: Starters, Movers and Flyers examinations ● Fully

updated to match the new test specifications (from 2018)

● Ideas

for fun activities, to help motivate and prepare young learners for test day (available online)

English as a Second Language

Cambridge English Qualifications: Pre A1 Starters, A1 Movers, A2 Flyers

CEFR Level: Pre A1 – A2

Age 7–12

● Audio

for the Listening papers, with recordings by young native English speakers included, plus model answers for the Speaking papers (available online)

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Maths

Collins Cambridge International Primary Maths (0096) Second Edition

New

CP

Age 5–11

eBooks

Series Editor: Peter Clarke Authors: Caroline Clissold, Paul Hodge, Lisa Jarmin Offer full coverage of the new Cambridge Primary Mathematics curriculum framework and support best practice in primary maths teaching with Collins International Primary Maths.

Student’s Books: ●

Provide an exciting theme with lessons based on a ‘big idea’ which is anchored in a real-life international context

Help students to develop their ‘Thinking and Working Mathematically’ skills

Offer opportunities for group and individual learning

Workbooks: ●

Challenge students with three levels of practice and knowledge consolidation

Develop sense of self-study and discipline

Offer an opportunity for personal refl ection on progress

Progress Books: ●

Allow learners to apply what they have learnt and demonstrate mastery and understanding of mathematical concepts

Teacher’s Resource Plus: ●

Supplement your lessons with a wealth of digital assets including tools and games to make maths lively and engaging

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Collins International Primary Maths – Problem Solving and Reasoning

CP

Age 5–11

eBooks

Series Editor and Author: Peter Clarke

Get pupils to grasp diverse mathematical concepts with problem solving and reasoning This series is fully aligned with the Cambridge Primary Mathematics Curriculum for the current framework (0845) and forms part of the Collins International Primary Maths series. These books contain three different types of mathematical problem-solving challenge: ● Solving

mathematical problems Pupils solve problems ‘within’ mathematics itself, by recognising patterns and relationships, making conjectures and generalisations, and explaining and justifying conclusions

● Reasoning

mathematically Pupils use logical thinking to solve problems by focusing on making conjectures and generalisations, and explaining and justifying conclusions using appropriate language and applying mathematics in real-world contexts Pupils engage in challenges that require them to use and apply their mathematical knowledge and skills in open-ended, real-world contexts

This series is endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education to provide learner support for the Cambridge Primary Mathematics curriculum framework from 2011.

Tessellating shapes

Shapes and geometric reasoning

Challenge A tessellation is a pattern of shapes that fit perfectly together, with no overlaps or gaps.

Solving mathematical problems

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Investigate how much money she could have in her purse. Be as accurate as you can in your drawings, making sure that there are no gaps or overlaps.

Look for a relationship between the different amounts you can make using one $1 note and the amounts you can make for each of the other different notes.

Recording your results systematically in a list will help you find all the different amounts Emily could have.

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new titles

Maths

Busy Ant Maths

AS

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eBooks

Series Editor: Peter Clarke

Authors: Rachel Axten-Higgs, Caroline Clissold, Linda Glithro, Elizabeth Jurgensen, Nicola Morgan, Cherri Moseley, Jeanette Mumford, Jo Power, Janet Rees, Sandra Roberts and Louise Wallace

SUPPORTS A ‘MASTERY’ APPROACH TO THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS

The exciting whole-school primary maths programme that ensures conceptual understanding and mathematical fluency

Busy Ant Maths... ● Provides

a cohesive programme of study – ensuring progression and mastery while supporting you in delivering curriculum objectives

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Fluency in Times Tables This highly practical resource gives teachers the tools to help children memorise, recognise patterns and secure mastery of the multiplication tables. Make every minute count using the quick-fire tasks for lesson starters, times tables sessions or in small windows before or after break times.

Securing Mastery of the Multiplication Tables

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Maths

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Pupil Book 6A Stretch and Challenge Problem-solving and cross-curricular activities Promote independent thinking and learning and encourage children to apply their mathematical knowledge and skills across the curriculum

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Maths

The Shanghai Maths Project

Age 5–16

Practice Books Series Editor: Curriculum For the English National Professor Lianghuo Fan Teacher’s Guides, Homework Guides and Learner Books Series Editor: Dr. Amanda Simpson

Help every pupil achieve mastery in maths with resources from Shanghai! Translated and adapted from the bestselling Shanghai Maths Programme, One Lesson, One Exercise, this programme includes full teacher support, pupil resources, digital resources and more! Maths teaching in Shanghai is built around the following principles: ● A

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Unlock the mathematician in every child Real Shanghai Mathematics is a rigorous primary mathematics programme, with high-quality textbooks at its centre. This authentic resource is a direct translation from Chinese into English to deliver a complete maths programme for the primary phase. Your pupils will achieve complete mastery of basic numeracy knowledge and skills allowing them to make vastly accelerated progression through to advanced numeracy.

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Age 5–11

Maths

Maths Progress Tests for White Rose Years 1–6

Regularly check pupils are on track and making expected progress with 12 tests per year (6 arithmetic and 6 reasoning tests) which follow the Primary White Rose Schemes of Learning. Photocopiable and editable, these informal tests help identify gaps in learning and next steps. Assess pupils’ arithmetic and reasoning skills with questions that use the latest SATs style language to help build familiarity and confidence for the KS2 maths tests. Maths Progress Test for 978-0-00-833349-2 White Rose Year 1/P2 Maths Progress Test for 978-0-00-833351-5 White Rose Year 2/P3 Maths Progress Test for 978-0-00-833353-9 White Rose Year 3/P4 Maths Progress Test for 978-0-00-833354-6 White Rose Year 4/P5 Maths Progress Test for 978-0-00-833356-0 White Rose Year 5/P6 Maths Progress Test for 978-0-00-833358-4 White Rose Year 6/P7

Collins Mental Maths

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Support the development of key mathematical skills with six one-a-week mental maths test books ●

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Science

Collins International Primary Science (0097)

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Second Edition Series Editor: Karen Morrison Authors: Tracey Baxter, Sunetra Berry, Pat Dower, Helen Harden, Pauline Hannigan, Anita Loughrey, Fiona MacGregor, Emily Miller, Jonathan Miller, Karen Morrison, Daphne Paizee, Anne Pilling, Pete Robinson, Phillipa Skillicorn, Tracy Wiles

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Build Science vocabulary with key words ‘post-its’

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Science

Snap Science Series Editor: Jane Turner

Age 5–11

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Snap Science is a dynamic, comprehensive programme, packed with inspirational resources, designed to help you deliver outstanding science throughout your school Snap Science is a whole-school resource delivered through a print Teaching Framework for each year and an online teaching and assessment toolkit available on the Collins Connect platform. ● Cultivate ● Assess

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Science

SNAPSHOT ASSESSMENT: ALL GROWN UP! | |

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Collins Primary History

Age 5–11

eBooks

Authors: Sue Temple and Alf Wilkinson

Support a broad and balanced curriculum This series provides a rich coverage of the Primary National Curriculum for England and Wales for History. Packed with information, source materials, questions and activities, the beautifully designed Pupil Books support children to explore, interpret and develop knowledge of significant historical periods. The series covers the following topics:

Key Stage 1: . Changes Within Living Memory . Events Beyond Living Memory . Significant Individuals

Key Stage 2: . The Stone Age to the Iron Age . Invaders . Ancient Egypt . Ancient Greece . The Maya . The Victorian Times The accompanying Teacher’s Guide covers all the books and provides planning support and guidance on making progress in History.

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7.3

Are we nearly there yet?

Holiday camps An alternative to caravans or camping was going to spend a week at a holiday camp, like Butlin’s or Pontins. You could stay in a chalet. This had a little more space. Meals were provided in huge dining rooms, where hundreds of people were fed at the same time. You had to make sure you went to the right sitting or you missed your meal!

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Glamping: This is a short way to say ‘glamorous camping’ – everything is more luxurious when you are glamping, as you have a proper bed, heating and private bathroom.

Let’s think about it!

Talk to your parents about the kinds of holidays they had when they were children. What kinds of things did they do when they were on holiday? What is the same, and what is different, between then and now?

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Build knowledge with a glossary of keywords

Key Stage 2 (Ages 8–11) 4.2

A ‘glamping’ pod

Make a graph or chart showing all the different places everyone in your class went on holiday last year. How many people went in an aeroplane for their holiday?

Theme parks During the 1970s and 1980s theme parks, like Alton Towers

7.3 Are we nearly there yet?

and Drayton Manor Theme Park, became popular places to go for a day out in the UK. New-style holiday resorts, like Center Parcs, appeared. Here you could cycle, walk or swim and have a ‘healthy’ holiday in attractive surroundings. Resorts and places to stay have had to keep updating themselves to continue to attract people who want to have fun on holiday. One of the latest trends is ‘glamping’ – camping in a little bit more luxury, with beds, bed linen, heating and cooking facilities provided. Things have certainly changed since the 1960s!

Entertainment There were all kinds of entertainments, both day and night, including indoor amusements in case it rained. Top entertainers would perform in the ballroom some evenings, and there were all kinds of competitions, from ‘Glamorous Granny’ to snooker and darts. There was something to do every minute of the day, from breakfast at 8 a.m. until midnight!

Focus learning in each module

Geography, History, PSHE

Key Stage 1 (Ages 5–7)

4.2 Growing up in Ancient Egypt

Growing up in Ancient Egypt

Pets were very popular. Many Egyptian families would have cats or dogs, birds or even monkeys as household pets, but these animals would be expected to earn their keep too. Cats would kill rats and mice in the granary; dogs would help with hunting; and monkeys were trained to climb tall trees and pick fruit and pass it down to people waiting below.

Jobs and careers Children were expected to obey their parents without question, and were expected to help around the house from an early age. One Egyptian word for ‘child’ translates as ‘servant’, and another describes boys as ‘walking sticks for their fathers’. Boys were expected to learn their father’s trade and follow in his footsteps.

‘Today is the happiest day of my life – we have finally adopted a child.’ Egyptian woman, writing in 1875 BCE

Boy milking cow, from a wall painting in Saqqara

Caring for children Ancient Egyptians loved children, and often had large families. Many babies died from infection and disease – A toy cat with pull-along string some historians suggest more than one in three babies died. To help counteract this, mothers would breastfeed their children until they were three years old, and then wean them onto vegetables and a gruel or porridge made from stewed wheat or barley sweetened with honey or dates.

Key Stage 1 (Ages 5–7)

Children would wear no clothes until they were around 10 years old, making it easier to keep clean. They would have all their hair shaved off, apart from one long plait, or side-lock, that hung down one side of their head. Shaving off the side-lock was a sign that they were now an adult. A doll made of wood, with hair made from clay beads

Fun and games

Key word gruel

Think about it!

Much of life would be spent outside, playing. Everyone would learn to swim, but also to be careful of the crocodiles and hippopotamuses in the River Nile. Boys would learn to fight with sticks, spears and bows and arrows so they could hunt and fish or fight in the army of the pharaoh when they were older. Girls would learn to grind corn, cook, spin and weave and generally look after the household. But there were plenty of games too – many we still recognise today. Leapfrog and tug-of-war were popular, as were spinning tops, ball games, dolls and pull-along toys. Board games were very popular, the two best known were called Snake and Senet.

Develop pupils’ skills and check understanding with activities on each topic

1. Why might adopting a child make this woman so happy? What does that tell us about attitudes towards children in Ancient Egypt? 2. Do you think it was fun being a child in Ancient Egypt? 3. How different was life for rich and poor children?

Let’s do it! 1. Find out how you play Snake and/or Senet. Describe the rules to others in your group. 2. Write a story about a day, or an event, in the life of a young Egyptian boy or girl. Remember to make it realistic. Use examples from this unit, or that you have discovered for yourself.

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Primary Connected History

Age 5–11

Author: David Weatherly

Connecting the curriculum through enquiry-based learning Collins Connected History is a digital Teachers’ Professional Development Programme connecting the primary history curriculum through enquiry based learning. Written for teachers and carefully designed to increase the confidence and extend the professional expertise of all colleagues teaching history to primary pupils. It can be used either to deliver history as a separate subject or as the focus for wide-ranging cross-curricular work. Connected History Key Stage 1 (digital download)

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Connected History Key Stage 2 – Years 3 & 4 (digital download)

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Connected History Key Stage 2 – Years 5 & 6 (digital download)

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Connected History Key Stage 1 & 2 (digital download)

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Primary Connected Geography

Age 5–11

Author: David Weatherly

Connecting the curriculum through enquiry-based learning ● Written

for teachers and carefully designed to increase confidence and extend the professional expertise of colleagues teaching geography in a primary school

● Made

up of 18 enquiries to ensure progression and continuity of knowledge and understanding, geographical skills and conceptual development through the programme

● Provides

teachers with the background content knowledge they require and step by step guidance through the enquiry process

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a complete geography curriculum as well as making meaningful links with other subject disciplines – a truly geography focused cross-curricular programme

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Connected Geography Key Stage 2 – Years 5 and 6 (digital download)

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Connected Geography Key Stage 1 and 2 (digital download)

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Geography, History, PSHE

Collins Primary Geography

Age 5–11

eBooks

Authors: Stephen Scoffham and Colin Bridge A progressive, skills-based scheme that includes detailed case studies, as well as an extensive range of evidence to stimulate children’s interest and develop investigative skills ● Focus

on locational knowledge – there’s emphasis on up-to-date case studies and a range of maps and atlases

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activity copymasters for every unit included

Interactive Resources DVD: ● Maps

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Atlases Collins First Atlas

Age 4–7

Includes maps of the UK, Europe and the world ●

I ntroduces geographical vocabulary with simple maps and labelling, helping students understand key concepts

Collins First Atlas, second edition

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Collins Children’s World Map ●

 his colourfully illustrated pictorial T map takes children on a journey of discovery around the countries of the world

Collins Children’s World Map

World in Maps ●

Multi-topic thematic atlases feature geography, history and environmental studies  einforce atlas skills with R maps, charts, data and graded activities

World in Maps

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World in Maps Activities

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978-0-00-831979-3

Age 6–11

P rovide an engaging introduction to mapping of the UK, Europe and the world

 evelop map-reading skills D and build understanding of the meaning of scale and measuring distances

Introduce pupils to facts and diagrams about the longest rivers, largest cities, highest mountains, largest lakes and

Collins Junior Atlas

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Collins Primary Atlas

Collins Primary Atlas, 5th Edition

E xpand and develop your pupils’ geographical knowledge in preparation for secondary school

 each your pupils about the world today with the latest facts, T statistics, topic maps, satellite imagery and photographs, plus ecological footprint values in the country statistics

Collins Junior Atlas

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A comprehensive course with structured progression so children build up their understanding of health, relationships, safety and social issues in age-appropriate steps

Geography, History, PSHE

Age 5–11

My Life is a complete course that covers all aspects of PSHE, including important qualities such as resilience, responsibility and wellbeing. It provides schools with a PSHE Scheme of Work for Years 1–6, so teachers can be confident delivering this essential subject using the editable lesson plans, PowerPoints, discussion guides, resource sheets and assessment included.

For a full list of ISBNs see online order form.

Citizenship & PSHE

Age 4–11

Authors: Pat King, Deena Haydon and Christine Moorcroft Cover the Citizenship curriculum using real-life starting points children can relate to Help your pupils to become informed, active, responsible citizens and provide them with the skills they need to live happy and independent lives. Textbook 1 (7–8)

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Textbook 4 (10–11)

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Teacher Guide A: All About Me (4–5)

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Music

ed Fully resourc ic s u m ry prima e m e h sc

Age 7–11 No music reading required

Authors: Helen MacGregor, Maureen Hanke, Stephen Chadwick, Ian Lawrence, Sue Nicholls and Matthew Holmes Packed full of topic-based, cross-curricular activities, Music Express is the perfect resource for anyone teaching the primary curriculum. The print books are the ideal solution for peripatetic and primary teachers who aren’t looking for a whole-school scheme. Each pack contains: ● A

year of weekly lessons –that’s 100 activities!

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songs, stories, visuals, movies and more from across the world and throughout history

● CDs

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● DVD-ROM

containing whiteboard displays for all lessons with audio, graphics, movies and slide shows

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medium-term and 36 weekly lesson plans

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New SEND support notes and technology ideas

Age 7-11

Age 7-11

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Diversify music activities to be inclusive of every child’s needs with updated SEND support notes

Enhance music-making and remove physical and mental barriers to learning with suggestions for using technology

Backing tracks and performance tracks with synchronised lyric display

Easy-to-use materials to support teachers with little or no musical experience

A Song Bank with hundreds of songs suitable for all ages and abilities

A wealth of activities specially designed for Early Years practitioners

A scheme of work and resources for whole-class ukulele teaching

Music

Music Express Online is the whole-school solution to delivering the music curriculum. With all the plans and activities found in the Music Express books, CDs and CD-ROMs plus a wealth of extra resources, Music Express Online is the obvious choice for anyone teaching music in primary schools.

School Subscription Digital 978-1-47-292998-3 Individual Subscription Digital 978-1-47-292999-0

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MUSIC

Singing Subjects Sing to learn while you learn to sing!

Suitable f or non-spec ialist teachers

Age 3–11

No music reading required

Singing Phonics These lively songs use familiar tunes set to carefully constructed words that guide teachers and practitioners through phonics development. Packed with cross-curricular links, each book offers child-initiated activities and games along with a CD of performance and backing tracks.

Singing Science, Spelling, Maths Songbooks bursting with stimulating play-based activities to teach a range of subjects.

Singing Times Tables Rhythmic rapping and vibrant vocals transform learning the times tables – whether it’s rote learning, applying calculations or testing them. For times tables with a special X factor, these cool, contemporary songs are the place for kids to start.

Singing Languages Contemporary songs carefully devised to teach basic words and phrases. Each pack contains 22 photocopiable songs and a CD of performance and backing tracks.

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MUSIC Music

Everybody Sing!

Age 7–11

These engaging themed songbooks contain 5 original songs linked to curriculum topics in upper primary. Each book includes lyrics, piano accompaniments and teaching notes as well as a CD of backing, demonstration and teaching tracks. Perfect for concerts, assemblies and classrooms.

Everybody Sing! Science Pupils will love these fact-filled catchy songs about light, muscles, bones, forces, solids, liquids and gases.

Everybody Sing! History Uncover amazing facts about key moments in history including the Romans, the Vikings, Ancient Greece, World War II and the first railways.

Everybody Sing! Languages Inspire a love of languages by encouraging your class to sing in French, Spanish, Hindi and Polish. Learn greetings, numbers and

Singing Out!

Age 7–11

No music reading required

Integrate Music with PSHE, Citizenship and Religious Education with this exciting collection of twelve new pop songs. Covering values such as thankfulness, humility, endurance, forgiveness and justice, these songs are suitable for those of all faiths or none and will teach, inspire and bring young people together.

Sing! Play! Learn! with Go Kid Music

Age 5–11

Each book contains 12 excellent topic-based songs in contemporary styles that teachers and children will love. As well as audio performance and backing tracks, each song comes with an easy-to-follow teaching video with on-screen lyrics, including demonstrations of Makaton signs. Many songs also feature optional instrumental parts.

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MUSIC Age 5–11

New titles

The critically acclaimed Get Set! Tutor Books cover the key elements of musical learning and are packed with tunes and ideas to support and inspire young musicians. The Get Set! Pieces Books follow and supplement the tutor books and include beautiful illustrations, activities and engaging pieces of music. Get Set! Piano Christmas Crackers contains over 30 carols for the beginner pianist, featuring a range of techniques and quizzes to support musical development from the very first lessons to Grade 2. My First Piano introduces young children to the piano through fun activities, rhymes, songs and pieces followed by My First Piano Pieces, Puzzles and Activities. at Find out more Piano et S et collins.co.uk/G

Magic

Age 5–11

Transform your group instrumental lessons

Recorder Magic

CDs of performance and backing tracks also available

Perfect fo r whole–cla ss teaching

Recorder Magic is an acclaimed recorder method for beginners at four levels, with fresh new tunes and performance opportunities right from the start. Perfect for specialist and generalist teachers alike.

Ukulele Magic Ukulele Magic offers everything you and your pupils need to get started on the ukulele – whether solo, with friends or in a whole-class setting. Specially devised for primary aged children, this method is available in pupil and teacher editions to suit your needs. Ukulele Magic Songbook is ideal to use with Ukulele Magic Tutor Book 1 or any other ukulele tutor books. It provides plenty of songs to make sure you keep playing as you learn.

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MUSIC Music

Roald Dahl Musicals

Age 7+

Gloriumptious musicals based on Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes Each musical runs for approximately 40 minutes and offers: ●

7–10 speaking parts

Any number of non-speaking parts

Singing chorus

Piano/vocal score

Pull-out script

CD/CD-ROM including backing tracks and extra

Terry Pratchett Musicals

Age 9+

Two of Terry Pratchett’s best-loved children’s adventures have been cleverly adapted for the stage. With original music and an action-packed script, these musicals will captivate performers and audience alike. Each pack includes a piano/vocal score, pull-out photocopiable script, and performance CD.

How to Teach The How To Teach series offers anyone involved in music education a kaleidoscope of quick and practical ideas, tips, advice and activities to improve specific areas of their teaching – all presented in an accessible, ‘dip in’ format. Perfect for primary and instrumental and singing lessons, and now available for whole-class instrumental teaching, this series is ideal for invigorating music lessons across primary ages with easy-to-implement and inclusive ideas.

Finalist for The Music Teacher Awards for Excellence 2018

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Spanish

¡A Volar!

eBooks

Age 5–11

An engaging 5-level primary Spanish course suitable for primary pupils whose first language is English

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Pupil Books include an audio CD, featuring speciallycommissioned songs and audio for listening and speaking exercises and pronunciation of vocabulary

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● An

ideal first dictionary to introduce children to their first 500 French and Spanish words in a fun, easy and memorable way

● 500

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Age 5+

Dictionaries

Collins First French and Spanish Dictionaries

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files for each headword and phrase can be found at collins.co.uk/homeworkhelp Collins First French Dictionary 978-0-00-831271-8 Collins First Spanish Dictionary 978-0-00-831272-5

Collins Primary French and Spanish Dictionaries ● Easy-to-use,

vibrant, colourful dictionaries provide the perfect reference for young learners with detailed coverage of core French and Spanish vocabulary

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Age 7+

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phrases are highlighted, offering all the support needed for children to study these languages at primary level

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Dictionaries

Collins First Dictionary Collins Primary ●

The perfect dictionary for starting school

Examplesand illustrations given to clarify meaning

Alphabet shown on every page

Support for spelling, grammar and punctuation

Age 5+

Collins First School Dictionary 978-0-00-820676-5

Collins Primary Dictionary ● Beautiful ● Fully ● Full

Age 7+

colour illustrations and photographs

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sentence definitions and child-friendly examples

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● Full

definitions for every entry and sample sentences for each synonym to help improve your child’s vocabulary

Dictionaries

Collins Primary Thesaurus ● Words

to use in all types of writing, from fiction to non-fiction, plus advice on particular writing styles

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power boxes for in-depth examination of special language features

● Usage

tips for extra help with using the word

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Collins Maths Dictionary ● Contains ● Gives

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clear explanations of the key maths terms that pupils need

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Revision and Practice

Maths & English in 5 Minutes

New titles Age 5–11

Quick, targeted practice to really improve maths and english skills. Take 5 minutes and complete a page of maths in 3 parts: l

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978-0-00-831110-0

English in 5 Minutes Ages 7–8

978-0-00-844942-1

Maths in 5 Minutes Ages 8–9

978-0-00-831111-7

English in 5 Minutes Ages 8–9

978-0-00-844943-8

Maths in 5 Minutes Ages 9–10

978-0-00-831112-4

English in 5 Minutes Ages 9–10

978-0-00-844944-5

Maths in 5 Minutes Ages 10–11 978-0-00-831113-1

English in 5 Minutes Ages 10–11 978-0-00-844945-2

Collins Study Books Using a repeated practice method that is proven to work, this book helps to improve SATs performance. Five spaced practice opportunities: l

Quick tests to check understanding

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Review questions later in the book

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Mixed practice questions at the end of the book

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Free downloadable flash cards for use in the classroom and at home KS1 English: SATs Revision Guide

978-0-00-811271-4

KS1 Maths: SATs Study Book

978-0-00-811272-1

KS1 English: Practice Workbook

978-0-00-811273-8

KS1 Maths: Practice Workbook

978-0-00-811274-5

KS2 Times Tables Practice Book: for the 2020 check 978-0-00-834862-5

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KS2 English: SATs Revision Guide

978-0-00-811275-2

KS2 Maths: SATs Study Book

978-0-00-811276-9

KS2 English: Practice Workbook

978-0-00-811277-6

KS2 Maths: Practice Workbook

978-0-00-811278-3

KS2 Science Study Book

978-0-00-833933-3

KS2 Science Practice Workbook

978-0-00-833932-6

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Ideal for improving confidence in key skills for assessment Using a repeated practice method that is proven to work, this book helps to improve performance in tests and assessments. l

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Progress tests throughout the book for ongoing assessment

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Revision and Practice

Targeted Study & Practice Books & Workbooks

Age 4–11

Sample pages from Year 1 English Targeted Practice Workbook

Sample pages from Year 1 Maths Targeted Practice Workbook

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Collins SATs Resources The full set of resources you’ll need to ace SATs, suitable for 2021 tests. SATs Practice Books Boost children’s test-taking confidence by using the realistic SATs-style questions.

SATs Question Books Boost children’s test-taking confidence by using the realistic SATs-style questions.

SATs Practice Papers Includes two full sets of realistic practice papers in the style of the actual test.

SATs 10 Minute Tests Ace KS1 Maths and English SATs with just 10-minutes practice at a time.

SATs Question Cards With 72 cards in the handy pack, you can practise key skills anywhere, any time.

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The Collins Assessment range has been developed to assess and track pupils’ progress in key English and Mathematical skills. These tests allow you to identify strengths and weaknesses and support judgments in key areas. All titles include free downloadable editable files, so you can adapt the test to your classroom needs.

Time Tables Tests Up To 12x12

Revision and Practice

Collins Assessment

Age 4–11

Tests to build understanding, as well as recall and fluency

Assessing Receptive Vocabulary Close the word gap with visual tests and word lists for ages 4 to 7

Spelling Half Termly Tests A consistent and systematic way of assessing spelling in your school

Weekly Arithmetic Tests Identify gaps in upper primary pupils learning and familiarise them with examinations

Weekly Reasoning Tests for Year 6 Test and assess pupils’ reasoning skills in Year 6 with 30 tests to build resilience and maximise results in end of year tests

Reading Comprehension Progress Tests Years 1 – 6 Assess pupils’ reading comprehension and identify learning gaps with carefully selected extracts providing a range of vocabulary, styles and content

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Collins Easy Learning

Age 3–11

Collins Easy Learning provides parents with reassurance whilst supporting their child’s learning at home. ●

Help boost confidence and develop good learning habits for life

Colourful, motivating activities make learning fun

Helpful tips and answers are included so that parents can support their child’s learning

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Wipe-clean Books: Children are introduced to writing letters and numbers using these fun and engaging wipe-clean activity books. They will learn to hold a pen correctly and build up letter and number skills with activities they can do over and over again.

Activity Books: Engaging activity books help boost children’s confidence at every stage of their learning.

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Maths and English Activity Books: Activity books to really help children practise important skills learned at school and boost progress at every stage of their learning.

Bumper Books: Combining practice with engaging, colourful illustrations, these bumper books help to boost children’s confidence and support learning at home.

Wordsearches: Children will have lots of fun practising their spelling and maths using these word searches. Written to match the new primary curriculum, they cover key word lists, times tables, addition and subtraction skills taught at school.

Maths Puzzle Books: Children will have lots of fun practising their spelling and maths using these word searches. Written to match the new primary curriculum, they cover key word lists, times tables, addition and subtraction skills taught at school.

Quick Quizzes: Fun and engaging quizzes test children’s English and maths skills with motivating colour charts on every page to encourage children to complete the questions.

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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Classroom Display ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Collins Children’s Posters ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Highly illustrated, colourful posters ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ideal for taking young learners on ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ a journey of discovery ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ These attractive rolled posters are clearly laid out to aid early language, arithmetic, science and geography skills.

Suitable for home or school use and can be used for independent learning or school projects.

Collins Children’s Poster – Alphabet 978-0-00-830469-0 Collins Children’s Poster – First Words 978-0-00-830470-6

Collins Children’s Poster – First Phonics 978-0-00-830472-0 Collins Children’s Poster – Numbers 1 –20 978-0-00-830473-7 Collins Children’s Poster – Numbers 1 – 100 978-0-00-830474-4 Collins Children’s Poster – Telling the Time 978-0-00-830476-8

Collins Children’s Poster – Adding Up 978-0-00-830477-5 Collins Children’s Poster – Times Tables 978-0-00-830478-2

Collins Children’s Poster – Flags 978-0-00-830479-9 Collins Children’s Poster – Solar System 978-0-00-830480-5 Collins Children’s Poster – Human Body 978-0-00-830481-2

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Whole School Themes

Choosing a School Theme A whole school theme can be used to create a childfriendly and child-oriented environment. Different areas and sections of the school can be joined together under one idea. Within this, individual classes can take on roles and identities that add to the overall theme. With a whole school Jungle Theme each class takes on the name of an animal, for example, the Lions or the Elephants. Open spaces and communal areas can take on identities of their own which are linked to the theme, such as the Jungle Books Reading Zone for the library, shown in the photograph. As the theme is extended throughout the premises the children are constantly reminded that they are members of a whole school community.

Whole School Themes

Theme Ideas

Ocean: focus on the various environments found under the ocean, with classes adopting different sea creatures as their symbols.

Space: use planets, space stations and space ships to capture the children’s imagination.

Fairy tales: let the classes choose their favourite fairy tale as their identity.

Airport: use aspects of an airport to rename parts of the school. Classes could be different gates, early years could be renamed Arrivals, and Departures could be the new identity of the top (leaving) class.

House system: more formal, but by creating a house system within the school, children can be encouraged to think about a new identity across the age groups.

Cross-curricular Links

Speaking and listening: hold a school election to choose the overall theme. Ask children to debate their chosen theme and allow the school to vote for a winner.

Literacy/ICT: research into the chosen theme and produce a newsletter report that can be used to help publicise the activities going on in school.

Starting Points

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Staff agree on a selection of themes that would be appropriate for the school.

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Share these ideas with the children and decide as a school which theme to adopt.

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Hold a ‘themed week’ to launch and introduce the new theme and have school-wide art sessions to establish some of the initial visual aspects of the theme.

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Each class should choose an identity that links to the overall theme and possibly a class motto or song.

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Rename key areas around the school, such as ‘The Clearing’ for the hall, ‘Jungle Drums’ or ‘Jungle Beats’ for the music room, and ‘The Watering-hole’ for the canteen. 6.

Extend the displays outwards from the classrooms and communal areas into the corridors.

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Design a large mural featuring the class identities and set it up in a prominent position in the school.

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Make class symbols from collage materials, such as the lion in the photograph.

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Display the collage symbols in a main area of the school such as the reception to establish immediate awareness of the theme.

PSHCE: for a jungle theme produce ‘Jungle Vines’ as shown here. Each leaf carries a promise about how the children are going to behave and work hard to build a successful jungle. These can be displayed in corridors to enhance the overall effect.

Art: make masks to match each class’s chosen identity. These can be used in class assemblies and when representing the school.

Drama/Music/PE: look at, and brainstorm the different characteristics of each class symbol (animals in the jungle, for example - how would they act, walk?). Use music to simulate their movements or choose instruments to represent each symbol. Create a school song or dance involving each class’s identity.

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