Essential schemes of work for primary classes

| December 5, 2018

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Kick-start the new term with comprehensive schemes of work for literacy, numeracy, science and cross-curricular topics.During the busy Christmas period, it can often be a race against time to prepare lessons for after the holidays. To make your life easier for the start of term, we’ve selected a range of resources for each key stage, comprised of detailed planning, lesson ideas and practical tools to engage learners.

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