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Performance poet and educator Joshua Siegal shows us how to maximise space's poetry possibilities. 

At the end of your Space project, children will be keen to show off their new-found knowledge – and a class assembly is the perfect way to do this.

You have discovered a new planet. What is it like? What will you call it? Peter Dixon, poet and writer, provides some fun ideas to inspire your young space scientists.

Share the story of Monkey King’s Party and talk to the children about what it might be like to live on the beautiful Fruit ‘n’ Flower Mountain.

Performance poet Joshua Siegal gives his top hints and tips on using poetry in school.

Clare Bevan, author of The Christmas Wish, tells us about daydreaming, Rhythm and Rhyme disease and the girl who inspired her first novel.


Banish stage fright with these drama and performance poetry ideas from educational writer and former local authority language development adviser, Halina Boniszewska. Use them as a warm-up for your winter production or as fun, standalone activities.

Poems for learning by heart, poems for performance but, best of all, poems to inspire. 

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

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

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