Scholastic’s mission is built on helping children learn to read and love to read. We believe that independent reading is a critical part of children’s learning and growth.
With support from teachers, parents and schools, children choose from Scholastic the books they want to read, and discover the pleasure and power of reading.
Finding the right book at the right time can light an emotional spark within children that motivates them to read more, understand more and read joyfully.
When that happens, the world opens. Everything becomes possible. www.scholastic.co.uk/worldofpossible
Create a literacy event for your school
Every Scholastic Book Fair gives a child the chance to see, fall in love with and buy the very best children’s books.
Get the whole school buzzing about books
The ideal focus for literacy activities, a Scholastic Book Fair also gives children who don’t normally go to bookshops or libraries access to books.
Every child can find their perfect book
Each Book Fair offers over 200 titles to browse – from exclusives and classics to the latest bestsellers – with prices starting from only £2.99.
Helping you to stretch your budget
Every book sold at your Book Fair rewards you with a huge range of books and resources, freeing up your budget for other areas. We’ve given more than 22 million free books to schools.
Simple to run and highly rewarding
We pride ourselves on providing an efficient, hassle-free service. A dedicated co-ordinator makes sure that your Book Fair is tailored to your school’s individual needs.
“The new books bought with our Scholastic Rewards have been a breath of fresh air in the libraries, and tempted the students to borrow them.”
Camilla Johnson, Book Fair Organiser, Wickham Court School
Call 0800 212 281 or visit www.bookfairs.scholastic.co.uk to find out how Book Fairs can help your school
Every child can afford a good book
Scholastic Book Clubs gives every child regular access to books.
Grow readers all year round
A Scholastic Book Club is great for year-round reading – and fits in whenever and however you want. In class or online, it’s easier than ever for children to find the right book for them.
Foster a love of reading for pleasure
Every half term Scholastic Book Clubs brings children, teachers and parents together to choose what to read from our pick of the best children’s books.
Pocket-money prices are hard to beat
We offer our favourite books – classics like Goodnight Mister Tom – for just £1.99, and dozens more at half-price or less. A real help with your budget
Every order over £10 will earn 20% of the order value back in Rewards to spend on books.
“Scholastic provides all the support I need. It is nice to have a supplier who is helpful and cost effective.”
Book Club Organiser, Scholastic Survey 2010
Find out more at www.clubs.scholastic.co.uk, or call 0845 603 9091 and we’ll get you started.
Bringing you the best books
Our number one priority is to help you inspire children to read and to keep reading.
Choosing top books for children
We work with more than 50 publishers to pick the very best selection of books for children to read and enjoy. We also publish our own best-selling and award-winning books and authors, including Stick Man by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, Horrible Histories, The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick, and The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.
Expert library advice
Our schools range is full of books picked with your school or classroom library in mind, chosen by our in-house chartered librarian. It’s packed with ready-to-go selections, all at great prices.
Beyond the books
Children can share thoughts, compile wish lists or ask the book wizard for recommendations on our fun, safe children’s website packed with games, giveaways and extracts from favourite books.
“I like reading because a story can take you anywhere in your imagination.”
Flora, age 7, London
Turn your pupils into published authors
Inspire children to write and create your school’s very own book with We Are Writers.
Boost essential literacy skills
The chance for every child – no matter their age or ability – to see their writing printed in a real book is a great way to motivate and increase confidence. Even the most reluctant writer will want to take part.
Fundraise for your school
Proudly showcasing each child’s work, your book will make a unique, memorable gift. Selling copies to families and friends can raise funds and boost your school’s budget.
Fill your school with books
You can earn books and resources with We Are Writers – an unmissable opportunity to replenish your classroom or library. Combine it with your Scholastic Book Fair for a literacy event that’s even more rewarding.
Free to take part
Start your book on our easy-to-use website, packed with tips and free resources. It costs nothing for your school to take part and you’ll receive a free sample copy to show to parents.
“We Are Writers provides a simple, motivating way to publish and celebrate children’s writing. Every school will want to take part.”
Ready to get started? Visit www.wearewriters.com.
Any questions? Call us on 0845 803 9600
Classroom readers children will love
Inspiring literacy resources and classroom readers to support children through every step of their learning.
Bringing best-loved books to life
Read & Respond is the perfect way to get your pupils reading, writing and talking about their favourite books. It’s a one-stop resource guide to best-loved and frequently taught picture books and novels. Each guide helps children explore the stories, authors, plots and characters, through a mix of traditional methods and multimedia.
Great guided, shared and independent reading
Our new and inspiring classroom readers are refreshing for teachers to use and engaging for children to read. Investigate comes alive with interactive activities for KS1, and Connectors encourages debate around a wide range of topics. The Shockwave books will fascinate children with amazing facts, while Out of this World will convert the most reluctant of readers with its exciting graphic novel style.
“Reading for enjoyment and writing for enjoyment are two of the most powerful ways of getting children interested in books. Read & Respond provides exactly this.” Michael Morpurgo, award-winning author and Children’s Laureate 2003-2005
To book a rep appointment call us on 0845 603 9091, or order online at www.scholastic.co.uk/shop
Easy ways to teach flexibly and creatively
Teacher resources ready-made for teachers, with quick and concise support, lesson plans and practical activities that slot into the primary curriculum.
Everything you need
Tens of thousands of teachers rely on our teachers’ books which are packed full of ideas to cover all areas of the curriculum. They’re flexible enough to be used for core lessons and homework, or as supporting assessment for learning.
Writing Guides is a fun and engaging series covering a dozen different genres, helping children plan, craft, draft and edit their writing. Every child will be inspired.
Scholastic English Skills teaches key skills in grammar, punctuation, spelling, comprehension and vocabulary through carefully graded starter and plenary activities, and interactive whiteboard activities.
Plan your lessons with confidence
Whether you’re planning for the Early Years Foundation Stage or the Primary Curriculum, the Scholastic Resource Bank is the number one destination for any educational professional looking for relevant, finely-crafted educational resources, as well as interesting, topical articles.
“Recently I have dipped into the Resource Bank as I have a Year 2 class and SPAG is very new. It has been a lifesaver having resources to hand. Also helpful for plugging gaps before SATs.” Mili McGrory, Year 2 Teacher, St Andrews Catholic School
Inspiration to develop a child’s passion for reading
- Money back to your school in free books
- Today’s best books at affordable prices
- Time-saving teacher resources
- Creative classroom resources
Scholastic is committed to helping children develop a love for reading, while supporting teachers in developing literacy with inspiring and effective resources. Recognising that literacy is the cornerstone of a child’s intellectual, personal and cultural growth, we have been working with schools around the world for more than 90 years to create quality products and services that educate, entertain and motivate children, which helps to enlarge their understanding of the world around them.
Scholastic works with and supports leading literacy charities in the UK, including The National Literacy Trust, Book Trust, World Book Day and Readathon. We sponsor the School Librarian of the Year Award, which was set up by the School Library Association to recognise the excellent work that is carried out in school libraries, and the Coventry Inspiration Awards, which let children from around the world vote for their favourite books. We are also an official partner with BBC Children in Need and have worked together with schools to raise over £150,000 for charity.