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It’s time to tackle maths anxiety..

Sweaty palms? A racing heart? A lump in the back of your throat? Bobby Seagull, maths teacher, author, TV presenter and Chair of the Power of Maths Ro… More...

Utilising Extended Projects to release the power of deeper learning

In his second blog post, Dr John Taylor discusses the power of Extended Projects in forming deeper thinkers with the skills they need to take on the r… More...

Five tips for boosting parental engagement in your school

Would it surprise you to learn that the biggest single influence on a child’s education happens outside the classroom? Here are 5 ideas which could … More...

Integrating technology into your classroom: the SAMR model

Interested in EdTech? Learn more about the SAMR model. Developed as a framework for teachers, it details four different ways you can assess the integr… More...

Reconsidering Maths as a Creative Discipline

Josh Lury, lead author for Power Maths, suggests how certain tactics deepen creativity when tackling maths problems. More...

Teaching learners with dyslexia: small changes which make a big difference

In this article we speak to dyslexia awareness specialist Martin Bloomfield who shares his advice for how to make your lessons more dyslexia-friendly. More...

Writing for Pleasure Key Takeaways

Ross Young and Phil Ferguson share with us some key takeaways from their research into ‘What do writing for pleasure teachers do that makes the diff… More...

Webinar recording: What is it Writing For Pleasure teachers do that makes the difference?

Watch our latest webinar What is it Writing For Pleasure teachers do that makes the difference? with Ross Young and Phil Ferguson Power English: Writi… More...

Maths mastery: is it right for Early Years?

In this blog post Pearson Publisher Katie Hiatt, Power Maths Reception lead, explains how mastery can be used for Early Years. More...

Mini Walking Talking Mocks: what are they?

How do walking talking mocks help students grow in confidence in their exam techniques? More...

A new international writing competition

To celebrate International Literacy Day (8th September 2019) we have launched a brand new international writing competition, My Twist on a Tale. More...

Should smartphones be banned in schools? The big debate

Are mobile phones in schools a distraction or can they be beneficial to students? More...

5 strategies for supporting SEN children in your classroom

Students with special education needs all bring unique strengths and gifts, but how do we as teachers help these students access learning and connect … More...

New classes, new challenges: Getting ready to go back to school

Are you ready to for the new school term? We’ve put together some tips to help you start the year off on the right foot. We’ve even thrown in some… More...

Bilingualism: a gift for life

Linguist, Dr Francesca La Morgia, explores how Bilingualism goes beyond being able to converse in other languages but how it benefits children and adu… More...

5 steps to help your students prepare for university study abroad

Are your students preparing to study abroad? Here are our top tips to help them make the most of their experience. More...

The rise of blended learning in international schools

Pioneers GEMS Wellington Academy in Dubai have adopted blended learning throughout classrooms in their school. Seb Murray speaks to Catherine Brandt, … More...

Teaching around the world: 6 top tips for International Teachers

Prabha Soundirarajan, a teacher at MAZ International School in Malaysia, shares 6 top tips based on her experiences of teaching a broad range of inter… More...

Teaching children with autism: Strategies for the international school classroom

We spoke to autism expert Stacey Melifonwu to find out more about autism spectrum disorder and what strategies you can employ to create an inclusive l… More...

Power English: Writing and Me

A blog post from Sarah Dale, an editor in Pearson's Primary English team, on her experience with using Power English: Writing and developing a love of… More...

Is phonics the only way? Different approaches to teaching reading

We take a look at the different ways we can teach reading and exploring whether phonics really is the best approach. More...

Multilingual students in the classroom: Your questions answered

Bilingualism expert Eowyn Crisfield answers your questions on supporting multilingual success in your school. More...

World Book Day 2019: Writing for Pleasure

Ross Young and Phil Ferguson, the series creators of Power English: Writing, reflect on how we can bring that variety and choice into the writing clas… More...

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