New Literacy and ESOL Readers from Gatehouse Books
Gatehouse Books introduce four new titles in the much-loved Liz and Joe Series for Literacy and ESOL learners; featuring delightful, full colour photographs presented in a comic bo … Read more
AI in Education: a practical guide
AI is a fast emerging technology which has expanded rapidly with hundreds of tools now available online, but which are the most useful to us as educators and how can we use them? T … Read more
What is ChatGPT? How can we use it to support teaching and learning? This short video from Russell Stannard provides a useful introduction to this free to download AI based softwar … Read more
Enrichment activities for ESOL classes
This padlet, from ESOL specialist Rachel Öner, features lots of ideas and resources for enrichment activities for ESOL learners.
ESOL teaching resources for adult learners
Gatehouse Books offer a selection of ESOL teaching resources for adult learners. Developed by ESOL specialists, these tried and tested resources can save tutors hours of lesson pre … Read more
Maths and English in Prison Work and Training
This resource, inspired by work carried out by HMP Kirklevington Grange and HMP Haverigg, provides innovative learning approaches to encourage and support the development of maths … Read more
Sound Reads phonics reading series
Sound Reads is a series of graded reading books for older beginner readers with accompanying Workout activities.
Improving Maths and English in Further Education: A Practical Guide
This book aims to provide a practical and easily applied toolkit for teachers and leaders as they work with learners to help them develop their maths and English skills.
Literacy and ESOL Readers from Gatehouse Books
Gatehouse Books introduce two new series for Literacy and ESOL learners. Walt’s Adventures and What’s Your Story? are printed with full colour photographs in a comic book style.
Decodeable Reading Books
The Drop-In Series stories are based around a Community Drop-In Centre, a non-profit making business run by Sam and Liz, and supported by a group of volunteers.