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  • Latest update for Primary Educators

    In this month's news we announce our new Share a Read campaign, look forward to our Maths Festival, explore Development Support for early years, look at the research around Key Primary Challenges and Priorities and introduce a new CPD course about Primary History and Geography.


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  • What does #DiversityinLit look like?

    The conversation around #DiversityinLit is expanding – and, as the world’s learning company, we’re committed to engaging in positive changes at every level. In this latest post from our #DiversityinLit series, we ask what truly diverse literature looks like – and explore specialist perspectives on how publishers, schools, settings and teachers can best achieve lit-based diversity for learners.


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  • The Show Must Go On: The writers representing fairground culture for young readers

    Bug Club Independent and cover of new title The Show Must Go On

    Our fairgrounds have brightened up British life for centuries. The newest title for the Bug Club reading series, The Show Must Go On, shines a rare spotlight on the travelling Showman community, with an engaging tale about a family defending their yard from incoming developers.

    The book’s authors – Michelle Russell, whose family spans several generations within the Showman community, and Richard O’Neill, a Traditional Travelling person who has created a number of authentic and positively representative books about the community – discuss their hopes and inspirations.

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