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Are you good at naming things?

Then we need your help. Our Cambridge Primary characters the Snail, the Robot, the Bird and the Duck all need names!

Come to their rescue and pick some brilliant names and you could have the chance to win a year long adoption of an endangered animal with the WWF.

Just enter the competition on our website, and you could make a snail, robot, bird or duck very happy!

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450 years ago Shakespeare was born in Stratford-Upon-Avon. Words and phrases, which have found common usage originated at the point of Shakespeare's quill. His richness and creativity in writing have created a legacy, which we now celebrate in his 450th year, with the introduction of Shakespeare Quotemarks.

We've created the Quotemarks to help you share your favourite quotations from Shakespeare. Why not download your quotemark from Pinterest, place the frame around your favourite quote, take a photo and share it with the #schoolshakespeare hashtag on your chosen social network.

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How do you like to study, from printed textbooks, or on your tablet?

Take a look inside our iBooks on Pinterest and see how our interactive textbooks for use on iPad can help you learn.

Cambridge University Press is committed to enhancing the teacher and learner experience by providing interactive books on a number of platforms and devices.

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Looking for posters to brighten up your classroom walls?

Each month Cambridge University Press will be sharing a free, themed classroom poster on Pinterest. The first in our series of 'Pin & Print' posters is a periodic table for those of you teaching or studying the sciences.

Pin and print at the link for use in your classroom!

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Definitely use that for studying in the Cambridge Program next year! 
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We’re expanding, digitally!

You may have noticed our recent announcements about our new online resources. Read more about Cambridge International Maths Online, Cambridge School Shakespeare Online and Cambridge Primary Maths in our blog post 'Access: Online Resources!'

At Cambridge University Press we’re committed to offering a complete digital service, providing teaching and learning resources supported by the best technological platforms. Giving teachers and learners the choice of using a mix of digital and print resources to match their individual learning requirements and styles.

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Revising for your IB Maths exams and need advice?

In the first of our series of Author Q&As, Paul Fannon, author of Cambridge resources for IB Diploma Maths will be online to answer all of your questions. Whether you're studying or teaching IB Maths and need some advice, Paul is here to help. Just post your question in a comment below and Paul will respond when he takes over our Facebook page next Thursday!

Paul has nine years experience of teaching IB Mathematics from Studies to Further Mathematics, as well as Theory of Knowledge. He is the author of Cambridge resources for IB Diploma Mathematics, including three new exam preparation guides.

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Once upon a time Shakespeare was a modern playwright.

450 years since his birth he’s gone down in history as one of the world’s greatest writers.

We wanted to find out what a modern playwright thought about Shakespeare so we spoke to Steve Waters, playwright and Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at UEA in the grounds of St John’s College, Cambridge.

Watch our video to find out what’s so brilliant about writing and the Bard:

Find out more about Steve's background in this video interview:

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Are you a budding biologist?

Read the first in our series of posts by Biology for the IB Diploma author Brenda Walpole on the world seen through the biological lens.

Find out more about identical twins, the consequences of plastic waste in our oceans and what we're doing to tackle it. If you'd like to know more about Brenda, check out her Author Spotlight page, and find out why she first became interested in biology.

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Have you met our new friends the snail, the bird, the duck and the robot?

These four characters make up the Cambridge Primary Series. Throughout the next few weeks we’ll be running a competition to name them.

Enter the competition on our website and you could have the chance to win a 12 month animal adoption for the animal of your choice from the WWF. The adoption package comprises: a cuddly toy, certificate, factbook about your chosen animal, stickers and three editions of the WWF magazine!

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Who was born 450 years ago, this year?


The week 17.03.14 – 23.03.14 is Shakespeare Week! It will be celebrated in schools, theatres, historic sites, museums, galleries, cinemas, and libraries all over the UK. Get in the mood for the festivities by reading some of our Cambridge School Shakespeare (latest editions) and browsing our blog posts on the Bard:

Twelfth Night on Twelfth Night: Shakespeare's Villains: Shakespeare's Women:
A More Active Approach to Shakespeare:
Portents in Julius Caesar and Macbeth:

Happy Shakespeare Week, and happy reading!

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