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Teachers and Librarians

Teachers and librarians are a huge part of what we do at Barrington Stoke and our books are a brilliant addition to your shelves as achievable, inspiring and entertaining reads for both individuals and mixed-ability groups.

We’re excited to help you make your classroom or library a more accessible and dyslexia-friendly space. Check-out the links below to find out how we can help.

Order your books directly from us to receive free P&P! To create a list before ordering add a book to your wish list instead of adding it to your basket.

YOUNG EDITORS

Inspire your learners with our Young Editors manuscript scheme

 

DOWNLOAD SAMPLES

Find out how to match the right book to the right child

 

AR & BOOK BANDS

Download a full list of all our titles quizzed for Accelerated Reader or book-banded titles

 

RECOMMENDED TITLE LIST

Download recommended title lists organised by year group

 

READING WAR

Studying the First World War? Visit our Reading War section for related titles and supporting resources

FREE RESOURCES

Download extensive classroom resources, free posters, activities and samples

 

DOWNLOAD OUR CATALOGUE

View and download our latest schools catalogue

DOWNLOAD OUR ORDER FORM

View and download our latest schools order form

For more accessibility inspiration, try these blog posts:

Making Group Reading a Success Story with Katie Myles

  We are delighted to welcome Katie Myles to the Barrington Stoke blog to hear how valuable group reading can be. Katie is an experienced teacher who has in depth experience providing professional development for experienced and newly qualified teachers, trainees...

Using Our Books in Schools: A Quick Recap

Barrington Stoke books are popular in schools as accessible, inspiring reads suitable for mixed-ability groups. As well as selling the books singly for reading for pleasure, we also supply a wide range of packs to schools. Here’s some inspiration on how to use...

How to create a dyslexia-friendly classroom

It’s Dyslexia Awareness Week in Scotland! We’ve gone through the Barrington Stoke archives to find a great resource on making classrooms dyslexia friendly by Bernadette McLean, principal of The Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre. “The bonus of creating a...