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Supporting primary schools around the world
To help support your return to the classroom this term, we are offering 50% off across our whole range of Oxford Dictionaries and Thesauruses—perfect for stocking up on class sets of 15+ copies. The discount will be automatically applied when you order using your school account. Offer valid from 19th April-31st July 2021.
The last year has brought so much disruption to education, regardless of whether you have faced school closures or not. In order to help you and your students through this challenging period, we have put together some support and resources.
Access free resources and in-school training to help you deliver engaging lessons.
Parental support website with over 260 FREE eBooks, expert advice and fun games and activities.
Wherever you are, and however you need help, we have the resources for you
Read this great teacher review of Oxford Owl, as featured in Teach Primary magazine
Discover how this course helps students discover, explore and connect with mathematics.
An integrated skills course written to support the Cambridge Primary English curriculum framework
Discover this project-based approach to computing that will equip students with the skills they need for the digital world.
This international approach to geography provides a structured curriculum for your classroom.
Discover why this enquiry-based approach to learning will engage your students and get them thinking like scientists
Used in over 130 countries around the world for ages 4-7
Build reading stamina with different genres for ages 7-11
A reading programme for 21st Century children aged 4-11
Build a secure future in number and calculation for every child
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