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Throughout your child’s education, they will be required to write assessments to demonstrate what they have learned throughout the school year. This can be a very stressful time for students. Check out our top 10 tips that you can share with your child to
Communication skills are essential for a child to grow and interact successfully with the world. Communication usually begins with simple body language, gestures and vocalisations. As children progress to verbal communication, they naturally develop an early understanding of their native language. Making the connection
We are very proud to announce that 3P Learning has been shortlisted in four categories at the prestigious Education Resource Awards. We are off to an exciting start this year with more awards nominations for our digital learning resources. The Education Resources Awards (ERA) are now
We are extremely pleased to announce that 3P Learning has once again been shortlisted in THREE categories at the esteemed GESS Awards (Gulf Educational Supplies and Solutions) in Dubai. The GESS Awards are an annual event to celebrate outstanding success for suppliers and teaching professionals of the education
Four times a year the Oxford English Dictionary is updated to keep up with the ever-changing English language. This includes revising existing entries and, of course, adding new words that Oxford deem worthy of becoming part of the 600,000+ word family.
Spellodrome can help dyslexic students by its phonic content, structured programmes, cumulative learning and multisensory experiences. It provides a range of experiences for children to see, hear, write and locate words from their allocated word lists; to practise their spellings in new and
The new grammar, punctuation and spelling (GPS) tests for primary schools have courted significant controversy, ranging from former Children’s Laureate Michael Rosen’s criticism of ‘terminology-itis’, to the more recent mix-up when genuine KS1 tests were published online, culminating in parent protests about primary school testing. Calls and petitions
September 2016 marks the 100th birthday of Roald Dahl. With his rich descriptions and engaging stories, you may be thinking about ways to engage your class with this event and inspire them to work on their own writing. Why not create your
Learning how to spell is an integral part of every child's education. Spelling acts as the basis of all literacy education and must be focused upon if a child is to advance their learning. Although spelling is covered at school, there are ways
The new grammar, punctuation and spelling (GPS) tests for primary schools have courted significant controversy, ranging from former Children’s Laureate Michael Rosen’s criticism of ‘terminology-itis’, to the more recent mix-up when genuine KS1 tests were published online, culminating in parent protests about primary school testing. It’s no secret
The blog post contains important information about changes to the technical requirements of 3P Learning products. Be sure your school's IT administrator is aware of these new requirements in order to continue to be able to access all areas of our resources.
We are extremely pleased to announce that 3P Learning has been named 'Multinational Company of the Year' at the esteemed GESS Awards 2016 in Dubai. The GESS Awards are an annual event to celebrate outstanding success for suppliers and teaching professionals of the education sector throughout the Middle East. They
Welcome to the spectacular spelling world of Spellodrome. To help get you and your classroom started, we thought some helpful teacher tips would be a great way to introduce the program to your class. Helpful Suggestions Provide
The Girls at the senior campus of Canberra Girls Grammar School are knocking NAPLAN out of the park! The latest My School update has shown that 23 schools in Canberra have shown significant improvement in the fields of Literacy and Numeracy from last
Living in the age of auto-correct and Google search, there is less of an emphasis on spelling as there once was. But it's importance can't be denied. When writing a resume, a proposal or a school assignment, a misspelled word can be the difference