Being able to communicate and understand the written and spoken word is an important building block to learning. These resources will help you support the development of your child's English skills.

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With over 350 entries, our English A to Z will help you brush up on the finer points of English.

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Help sheet example

What is the difference between active and passive voice? Check out our range of information sheets which can be downloaded and printed for easy reference.

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Handy hints from the experts on making English - reading, writing, talking, listening and spelling - easier for your child no matter what their age.

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Teen girl thinking about her English assignment

From poetry to drama to grammar and everything in between, our English assignment starters will lead you in the right direction for your research.

If you're a parent of a child who doesn't like reading, you've come to the right place. In My Book Club you'll find expert tips on ways to get kids to love reading as well as author interviews and terrific books for kids, tweens and teens.

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