Welcome to our #BookOfTheWeek 'Making Every Primary Lesson Count' by Jo Payne and Mel Scott

20 June 2018

It's that time of week again #BookOfTheWeek! And this week it's 'Making Every Primary Lesson Count' by Jo Payne and Mel Scott - one of our best sellers in our 20th birthday offer last week! Discover the book and purchase your copy here.

Take a sneak peek inside our #BookOfTheWeek here. And why not discover a bit more about the authors, Jo Payne and Mel Scott.

Our #BookOfTheWeek 'Making Every Primary Lesson Count' is part of the fabulous 'Making Every Lesson Count' series! Discover the whole series here now!

"This is a fantastic, up to date, must read for NQTs and experienced teachers alike." Check out the fantastic 5* reviews of 'Making Every Primary Lesson Count' on Amazon here.

You can also head on over to our Twitter and Facebook platforms for more information on our #BookOfTheWeek!


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