100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Writing presents quick, exciting and inspiring ideas for 30-minute activities to develop pupils' writing in the primary classroom.
Adam Bushnell is a fiction and non-fiction author who delivers creative writing workshops in the UK and internationally, in both state and private education and to all ages. Previously a teacher, Adam also delivers CPD to teachers and others working in education on how to inspire writing in the classroom. Follow Adam on Twitter: @authoradam. Rob Smith is the creator and curator of The Literacy Shed, an award-winning platform sharing literacy ideas with users around the world. He was a primary school teacher for 12 years and a literacy leader for five years. Rob has delivered over 170 high-quality keynotes, professional development conferences and workshops for teachers and writing workshops for children. Follow Rob on Twitter: @redgierob. David Waugh is a former deputy headteacher who worked in Initial Teacher Training (ITT) at the University of Hull, where he led the PGCE course and became head of department. He is currently Associate Professor at Durham University. He has published extensively in primary education and developed e-learning resources for National Strategies for English, mathematics, and mentoring and coaching.
An essential book to support the teaching of writing in primary
schools, bursting with engaging and highly effective teaching
ideas. -- Andrew Jennings * Andrew Jennings, assistant headteacher
and founder of Vocabulary Ninja, @VocabularyNinja *
The ideas in this book are creative, practical and adaptable. A valuable resource for any class teacher. -- Alison Wilcox * Alison Wilcox, author of the Descriptosaurus series, @descriptosaurus *
From Shakespeare to superheroes, this book provides excellent ideas for writing, covering a range of genres. -- Angela Gill * Angela Gill, author, former teacher and Primary English Subject Lead at Durham University *