Win a Personalised Nursery Rhymes Book with In The Book!

My personalised nursery rhyme book

Education for everybody have teamed up with In The Book to give you a chance to win your very own personalised Nursery Rhymes book. In The Book specialise in personalised books starring your child. Written directly into the book, your child’s name appears on the cover and is featured throughout the hand drawn illustrations. They’ll be starring in their very own personalised story alongside their favourite storybook characters.

They cover a huge range of books for babies, toddlers, young adults and adults, offering a unique collection of books made just for the individual. Working with big brands, there’s hundreds of books to choose from and to personalise such as Disney favourites like Moana, Cars, Toy Story, Tinkerbell and so many more.

ClaroRead breaking down the barriers for dyslexic readers

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When you talk to people with dyslexia, don’t you wish there was a way you could make reading easier and more enjoyable for them?

Most of us spend a considerable part of the day deciphering text, whether it is checking social media, glancing at magazine and newspaper headlines, using train timetables, looking out for road signs, following instructions on food packaging, reading our mail, emails and text messages. The list goes on.

So just imagine how hard it would be if you couldn’t process information as you were reading it, if the words got in the way of the message. That is exactly what it’s like for someone with dyslexia and they often find it very stressful.

Versatile 9 – 17 Seat School Minibuses Options

Redkite Minibuses

For almost forty years, Red Kite have designed, manufactured and serviced the UK’s education establishments nationwide. Today as a trusted supplier the company provides minibuses and support vehicles to many leading education establishments throughout Great Britain. 

With a rich British heritage and reputation for craftsmanship, design and innovation. The company continues to grow year on year and is ever mindful of changing regulations and trends to consider with every new model it produces. Building strong working relationships with the industries leading manufacturers and the Vehicle Certification Agency (VCA) and providing customers with real choice with options including:

Jersey’s unique hotel for people with disabilities

Maison Des Landes - Jersey’s unique hotel for people with disabilities

“It’s the holiday we thought we could never have,” say John and Janet from Surrey.  John suffers from dementia and Janet, his wife, is his carer. Maison des Landes Hotel in Jersey provides a holiday where they can both truly relax – an enjoyable experience for John and a respite for Janet who can rely on a skilled and caring staff to give her the break she needs. 

WIN an SENCO books package worth £99

SENCO books – making sense of dementia

Thanks to a range of leading health and education publishers, Education for Everybody has a package of books to give away which would be perfect for any SENCO or SEND teacher – worth a total of £99.

Making Sense of Dementia, Orchard Care Homes 

Orchard Care Homes, a leading provider of high-quality care for the elderly, has launched a new children’s activity book, ‘Making Sense of Dementia,’ designed to develop understanding and remove some of the fear and confusion associated with the condition.  

Born Free launches Great Debate schools initiative

Group of children ready for the great debate

International wildlife charity Born Free has today announced the launch of its new educational Great Debate initiative and is now calling out to schools across the UK to get involved.

Designed to provide teachers with the tools to engage their students in meaningful debates about key wildlife or environmental topics that will affect their future. Born Free’s Great Debate will not only allow students to gain knowledge about the debate topic, but also offer them skills that will help them to research, frame and deliver an argument while becoming responsible citizens, reducing their impact on biodiversity and the environment.

Raising awareness of Fire Door Safety Week 2019

Fire door safety week logo

Leading safety signage organisation, SafetySigns4Less, is ramping up awareness activity in support of Fire Door Safety Week 2019. 

Fire Door Safety Week was launched in 2013 in response to a legacy of fire door neglect. The campaign is aimed at raising awareness of the crucial role that fire doors play in protecting property and saving life, as well as increasing education on the proper maintenance and operation of fire doors to ensure their correct function in case of emergency.

How To Create & Increase Space In Classrooms

Literacy Loft - How To Create & Increase Space In Classrooms

How To Create & Increase Space In Classrooms

Primary School Classroom Lofts – 25% off (September offer)

Are you a primary school looking to increase your interior classroom space for learning & play? Educational Play are offering a ‘Back to School’ Promotion –25% off our Classroom Lofts for orders taken in September, pricing includes delivery and installation! *

Classroom Lofts’ add a new and exciting dimension to your classroom. As well as providing additional Classroom space, our Lofts provide a wonderful structure for a range of role play opportunities. 

Amongst other things our Lofts have been dressed up as Shops, as Caves and as Ships! They have also been used as quiet reading areas and numeracy corners.

Special needs under the spotlight at groundbreaking school performance

Special needs students during groundbreaking school performance

Students from Cleaswell Hill School in Guide Post, Choppington, have taken to the stage to perform their own, very special version of the popular musical, The Greatest Showman, with a very poignant societal message. 

Mirroring the events of the 2017 hit film starring Hugh Jackman which portrayed the life of the ‘Circus King’, P.T Barnum, the school production featured all of the costumes, dancers, lights and sounds of the greatest show on Earth, but held a few twists in store for its sold-out audiences of family, friends and the local community.