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A collection of poems all about the seaside from children’s writer Jenny Heap.

Start your Plucky ducks lesson with the 'Plucky ducks, all at sea' poem or use as inspiration for your own poetry.

A thinking verse for your assembly on legends.


Our Madagascan assembly can be used as a way to help children to showcase the work they have done on Madagascar. 

Our assembly closing thought explores the issue of food shortage and the importance of sharing.

A collection of poems all about food – display them, perform them or use them as model for writing.

The beach described in Tao and the Kingdom of Pearls sounds idyllic; golden sands, tiny fishing boats pulled high onto the beach. But where the land meets the sea is very varied and makes for interesting investigations.

Children’s writer and poet Jenny Heap takes a journey down to the sea and helps  us use our senses to create some beautiful poetry.

Poet and performer Joshua Seigal shows how poetry can be used to explore myths and legends in a dynamic and creative way.

Professor Smedley of Storytelling tells us all about Space Girl, a funny and charming oral story – just perfect for drama, storytelling and art activities with younger children.

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