Half term’s over, the clocks have gone back and we’ve even seen a few new Christmas books arrive in our office…the second half of the Autumn term is truly upon us! While we’re settling into the eight-week run toward the next holidays, you can find our most recent newsletters here which will update you on some… Read More Remember, Remember: here is November!
Crikey! It’s the actual END OF TERM for Norfolk schools today- where on earth has the last academic year gone?! That’s a question we’ve uttered on multiple occasions this week especially as our summer term project boxes arrived back in office; we’ve already begun planning for the September “back to school” project rush- we’re sure… Read More End of Term 2017!
Organised by Book Trust, Children’s Book Week encourages schools, libraries, parents and children to celebrate books and reading for pleasure in a variety of ways. This year it runs between 31st October- 4th November and as this is the first week back after half term for most Norfolk schools, why not get ahead with your planning?… Read More Plan ahead: Children’s Book Week 2016
Not one, not two, three or four, but FIVE Friday Read recommendations for you this week, not just because we’ve all been reading lots but because it’s a bank holiday- and what better way to spend a bank holiday than reading books? Especially as the weather is likely to be awful (in Norfolk, at least-… Read More Bank holiday book special!
Those of you who have been reading this blog for a while may remember that last year, we held a picture book-themed party to celebrate Peters Book of the Year prize. The afternoon we spent at Cliff Park Infants School was SO much fun that we decided to do it again this year, with a… Read More Our Peters Picture Book Party 2015!
Well, somehow it’s September- the summer holidays are officially over and don’t we know it; we’ve been inundated with project loan requests in the last few days which is a definite sign that teachers are back in and looking toward the new term and the new curriculum. We’ve had the usual mix of interesting topics,… Read More Hello September!