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An effective whole-school literacy policy is key to improving students' reading, writing, spelling, speaking and listening. We're supporting teachers and students with information and resources to improve literacy skills across UK and international curricula.

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Cognitive Grammar in the Classroom

Cognitive Grammar in the Classroom

Produced by Oxford University Press and Aston University, Cognitive Grammar in the Classroom contains teaching ideas using Cognitive Grammar. Click here to browse now.

Skills-building support

Spelling, punctuation and grammar student books and workbooks

Get it Right

Student books and workbooks targeting spelling, punctuation and grammar

Support for comprehension, writing, grammar, and fiction and non-fiction texts

To 14

Developed by Geoff Barton and Christopher Edge the clear skills-building approach builds students confidence in their knowledge and understanding.

Living Literacy

Living Literacy

Effective whole-school literacy resources and policy implementation guidance delivered via Kerboodle.

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Schools dictionaries

Oxford School Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Dictionary

Oxford Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar Dictionary

Three distinct sections clearly explain spelling conventions, grammar rules and punctuation usage

Oxford Student's Dictionary: ideal for whole-school, and GCSE preparation

Oxford Student's Dictionary

Features subject-specific headwords, spelling tips throughout and a 'Prepare for exams' section which includes tips for developing formal written communications.

Oxford Student's Thesaurus: essential language support for the whole-school

Oxford Student's Thesaurus

Helps to boost vocabulary, discover underused words and learn how to spell them correctly.

Teacher training and professional development

How to Teach Grammar

Bas Aarts, Ian Cushing and Richard Hudson draw on their own extensive experience and combine detailed grammatical knowledge with practical classroom strategies