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Think teaching punctuation is boring? It doesn't have to be! In this article, we share nine great ideas to get your class enjoying learning and punctuating perfectly.
Are you thinking of setting up a school newspaper but worried about the added workload it brings? We share 7 essential tips to help you successfully launch a newspaper without sacrificing your free time.
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Who vs whom: Learn which one you need with this simple grammar guide. Includes examples and definitions.
Are you struggling to get students in your class to love reading for pleasure? These simple ideas will help you embed a culture of reading and raise the profile of books in your school.