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Primary Catalogue

Our latest Primary Catalogue for International Schools

Available to view online or download and print.  

Our catalogue offers you and your school a selection of new and bestselling primary educational resources, that aim to develop:

  • the ability to think critically and solve problems
  • inquiry based learning and research skills
  • independent learning
  • an active approach to learning
  • intellectual curiosity
What other International Schools are saying about our resources:
 New Wave English in Practice
 My Spelling Workbook
 My Spelling Workbook

New English in Practice is a well-designed learning tool which enables children to revise and practise grammar, punctuation and spelling in a quick and effective way. I use it in class everyday and find it a great way to revise key material. The book could also easily be used as a homework task to reinforce what is being learnt in school. The accompanying teacher manual ensures that the books are easy to correct and very useful as an assessment tool.

Ann-Marie Daly

Escuela Europea de Alicante

I introduced My Spelling Workbook to my Year 4 class three years ago and have seen great results. I use each unit over two weeks, setting the exercises in the book as homework. The children do a vocabulary test on Friday where they have to decide which word to use and spell it correctly. The exercises in the book focus on the meaning and use of the words, which is very important in an international school like ours, where English may not be the first language. The children enjoy the puzzles and activities which make learning their spelling fun. The parents also love the structure of the books, saying it takes the stress out of doing homework.

Áine Quinn

Escuela Europea de Alicante

We have been using My Spelling Workbook in the primary school for over 15 years. The teachers find them very useful for many reasons in our multi-lingual classrooms but in particular for differentiation. Some teachers use them for homework, some for group work within the classroom and some for support and extension work. The children enjoy the different activities provided in each unit and the word lists are often used as a basis for weekly spelling tests.

Fiona Martin

Mougins School, France