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Prim-Ed Publishing, the well renowned publisher of popular teaching resources, is bringing enquiry-based and cross-curricular learning to its exhibition stand at the Education Show 2019. The company’s portfolio of product includes photocopiable teacher resources, boxed product for comprehension, literacy and problem-solving, workbooks, posters, stickers, eBooks and software. The educational publisher is giving visitors at the show, the opportunity to see class project work from primary schools, in the subject areas of English and STEM.
This year, the show will be held in conjunction with the edtech event BETT at the ExCel Centre in London on 24th and 25th January. Visitors to stand C31 can experience the exciting new releases which Prim-Ed has added to its extensive range of resources, including the STEM Projects boxed series and Science: A STEM Approach books. STEM in education is a hot topic due to the shortage of technical candidates in the fields of science, engineering and ICT roles. Prim-Ed has produced a series of project boxes, and curriculum-linked science resources, that will enrich pupil’s learning by putting them on a path of discovery and imagination.
Prim-Ed will be launching a new 3-box series at the show, titled The English Skills Box. The English Skills Box series provides opportunities for pupils to read an exciting range of graded texts to support, match or challenge their needs, and to creatively apply their skills and knowledge of English comprehension, vocabulary, spelling, grammar and punctuation. Free sample packs will be available on stand C31.
Prim-Ed will also be showcasing, Lizzie and The Birds, an English resource which enriches pupil’s learning through an imaginative text, with beautiful illustrations. The book follows Lizzie and her Dad, and their adventures with a crew of rowdy birds. A Teacher Guide empowers teachers to bring composition to life and promotes cross-curricular class activities (Art and D&T) based on the book.
Stand C31 will feature a class work area, to show visitors some examples of project work created by pupils. The Prim-Ed team will also be on hand to share their expertise and recommendations, and to offer a number of exclusive show discounts and entry to competitions.
Seamus McGuinness, Managing Director at Prim-Ed Publishing, commented: “All of our resources have been carefully written by teachers and leading educational consultants, to support teachers’ needs in the areas of lesson planning, aligning to the curriculum and achieving measurable results.
This year we have launched some new and exciting curriculum-focused products to add to our established range of resources in English, mathematics, science and humanities. We are focused on delivering resources that promote enquiry-based and cross-curricular learning in order to present additional benefits to teachers and pupils alike.”
For more information about Prim-Ed Publishing resources, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 020 3773 9620, or visit www.prim-ed.co.uk.