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Tales Toolkit

member since 2019

Story is a super powerful learning gizmo. Award winning Tales Toolkit provides interactive, child led resources aimed at early years, all using easy to remember symbols representing story structure.

Tales Toolkit interactive, innovative resources give children independence to create and write stories around interests using anything to hand! Resources are provided with online training and support to ensure maximum impact is made across many areas of learning.

Tales Toolkit is proven to impact language, literacy, creativity, social skills, problem solving and close the gender gap in Literacy, all with little or no planning involved for the teacher!

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  • Tales Toolkit Ltd

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Stockport: A Tales Toolkit hotspot!

Helen has been a huge advocate for us, supporting us right from the start of our journey! We love visiting Stockport where there are lot of super enthusiastic schools creating Tales Toolkit stories and supporting us with new ideas.

Cale Green Primary School

Liz is the Early Years lead in one of the very first trial schools to use Tales Toolkit so has been part of our family from the start. We have lots of schools in Stockport using Tales Toolkit and many of these heard about us because of the wonderful work that Liz has been doing with her team.

Tales Toolkit at Smithy Bridge Primary School

Very excited to introduce Katy Copeland from Smithy Bridge Primary School. Katy believed in us right from the start and Smithy Bridge was one of our very first trial schools. Since then I get regular updates about the wonderful, creative Tales Toolkit stories they’ve been telling at Smithy Bridge and the impact for the children they work with. In this blog Katy chats about some of the great work they’ve been doing introducing Tales Toolkit to their parents.

Story-telling helps boys close ‘literacy gap’ with girls

A story-telling approach can help boys aged 2-5 years old catch up with the literacy levels of girls in the...