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First teaching post - what should I prepare for my classroom?

Discussion in 'NQTs and new teachers' started by Jools1808, May 18, 2011.

  1. Hi,
    Just read your post about emailing publishers and just wondered if you could reccommend any that had been helpful for classroom resources?
  2. <font size="2">As the last post
    was in 2011, I'm going to jump in here.

    I've found Usborne Publishing and Scholastic are good for things like this...
    any publishers that work closely with parents and schools are normally happy to
    oblige-it's just a case of finding the right person to email. From my
    experience, it is often worth phoning their reception and asking them for help-
    many I've spoken to are friendly, and you will probably find you have a couple
    of relevant names/contact details for future correspondence as this is
    sometimes more effective than emailing their &lsquo;general queries&rsquo; email address
    which gets swamped.

    Here's a list of Uk children's publishers that you may find useful:


  3. Thank you very much really appreciate it :)

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