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From cracking comprehension to tackling times tables, Progress with Oxford has been created to help your child practise essential numeracy and literacy skills at home.
Progress with Oxford activity books help develop essential English and Maths skills. Help your child practise times tables, grammar, handwriting and more.
Progress with Oxford activity books are a fun-packed way to develop essential English and maths skills at home, perfect for primary-aged children.
Education expert James Clements gives his advice on how to choose the right school for your child.
Here are 5 fun and easy activities you can try at home to build up your child's co-ordination, strength, and control before they start writing.
It’s never too early to explore numbers and counting with your child. Encourage early numeracy skills with these 6 great activities.
As your child starts studying for their GCSEs, Aaron Wilkes gives his advice on navigating the new exams and encouraging good study skills.
Learning to tell the time using both analogue and digital clocks is still an important skill, but it’s something that children can find tricky to master. Louise Pennington shares ideas to support your child's growing understanding of time.
To celebrate the publication of the brand-new All Aboard series, we’ve got three pairs of books to give away! (January 2020)
Educational publishing expert Andrea Quincey explains why reading schemes are important, and what the different colours, bands and levels actually mean.
Discover how and why your child is assessed at school, and find out about all the major tests they'll be expected to take at primary school.
Advice about how you can help your child to do their very best in the KS2 national tests, and how the assessments can be approached so that they’re a positive experience for everyone involved.
Teacher and writer Aaron Wilkes explains what the new 1–9 GCSE grades mean, how they will be used, and how they map onto the old A*–U GCSE grades.
Derry Richardson talks about combating maths anxiety and becoming #PositiveAboutNumbers, with helpful practical tips for parents.