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English Mastery

Ark

Free primary & secondary home learning English resources developed by English Mastery & Ark

Product Type
Software
Age Range
5-77-1111-13
Exam Boards
AQACIEEdExcelOCRWJEC
Environment
ClassroomHome

In partnership with Mathematics Mastery we are providing free resources for pupils in Reception through to Year 6. This will start with high quality, printable packs for maths and English. For each year group, the pack will contain at least four weeks’ worth of daily activities for parents to do with their children.

We have also prepared a set of key stage 3 (Years 7 to 9) home learning resources including a ‘Writing Workbook’ and ‘Poetry Workbook’ supported by guidance packs to support teachers, parents, guardians and students.

These printable packs are ideal for teachers to give to their students to support them to work from home. We’ll be adding to this initial set of resources over the next few days and weeks, as needed, to ensure as little disruption to students’ learning as possible.

Costs
£0 one-off cost

Our home learning resources are freely available to support parents and guardians and there is no purchase necessary.

The English Mastery partnership from September 2020 includes a fully resourced curriculum, with an integrated professional development programme, formative assessment and in school support visits, with packages starting from £6,799 depending on the size of the school.

Trial Options
Other durationUnlimited

These resources are freely available to support schools and learners with the disruption caused by Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Castleford Academy, first to be awarded ‘Outstanding’ under the new framework experiences a deep dive in English

Case Study

We spoke to their Headteacher George Panayiotou about how the school came to join English Mastery and how it’s supported their students and teachers.

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