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Cornerstones Education is the fastest-growing curriculum company in the UK.
Cornerstones Education is the fastest-growing curriculum company in the UK.

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The latest book reviewed for Cornerstones Book Club is Maps by Aleksandra and Daniel Mizielinska. This gorgeously, engaging book is suitable for Key Stage 1 and 2 children. Here’s what Waterstones bookseller Leilah Skelton, has to say about it…

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Happy New Year from Cornerstones! Thank you for your support over the past year and all the best for 2017!
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We may not have had a white Christmas this year but the latest book reviewed as part of Cornerstones Book Club is all about the white stuff. Snow by Sam Usher is a wonderful picture book suitable for Foundation Stage children and links perfectly with our Nursery ILP, Where does snow go? Read the review here:

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We'd like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas from everyone here at Cornerstones. if you need to contact us at any point over the Christmas period, check out our website for details:

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Another week, another book review! And in keeping with the festive season, our latest review is of 'A Boy Called Christmas' by Matt Haig and Chris Mould. It's a wonderful festive treat suitable for children of all ages in key Stage 2 (and beyond!). Read the full review now:

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Christmas may have gone crackers but there's no place we’d rather be during the silly season than a primary school – the excitement and anticipation is tangible! December may be crazy but keep calm. It's only Christmas!

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With Christmas fast approaching, this week's book review is of The Christmasaurus by Tom Fletcher – a wonderful book perfect for children of all ages in Key Stage 2. Read the full review now:

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Have you returned your data? Once enough schools have returned the data from their Summative and/or SPaG Tests, we can collate them and provide each school with an analysis of their data, as well as a national comparison for all schools to see how they compare. Full details in our latest blog post:

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Teacher workload is at an all-time high, with lesson planning a major contributing factor. In our latest blog article, we look at the five principles for planning, as identified by the Reducing teacher workload: Planning and Resources Group, and how we can help your school achieve them:
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