So, you’ve seen the reviews, watched our training videos and downloaded the Teacher’s Guide. You’re thoroughly convinced that Mighty Writer is the perfect literacy tool for your primary school – but as always, the budget is restrictive.Read more
Good grammar can make the difference between “it’s time to eat, grandad” and “it’s time to eat grandad”!Read more
“Okay, everyone… It’s time to pick up our pencils and….”
“CAN I GO TO THE TOILET, MISS!”Read more
“What did the ghost teacher say to her class?”
“Look at the whiteboard, and I’ll go through it again…”Read more
“So, please, oh please, we beg, we pray,
Go throw your TV set away,
And in its place you can install
A lovely bookcase on the wall.”
– Charlie & The Chocolate Factory.
No matter what the academic subject, strong foundations in literacy are the building blocks. An early grasp of reading and writing in childhood can often make the difference between success and struggle, throughout primary education and beyond.Read more
The school gates are open, the coffee mugs are filled, and children are scuttling through the door wearing baggy jumpers with plenty of ‘growing room’.
The first day of term is here.Read more
The early years foundation stage (EYFS) is a pivotal time in the development of a child’s literacy.Read more
The simple answer is yes!
You can use Mighty Writer alongside any other resources or strategies you already use. It is also designed to be used as a standalone resource.Read more
A better question is why does Mighty Writer work with Talk for Writing when – on the surface at least – they appear to be fundamentally different approaches to literacy.Read more