Welcome to our #BookOfTheWeek 'Uncharted Territories' by Hywel Roberts and Debra Kidd

23 May 2018

A book of prompts, provocations and possibilities designed to nourish creativity and generate ideas that will get teachers and pupils excited about learning. Welcome to our #BookOfTheWeek 'Uncharted Territories' by Hywel Roberts and Debra Kidd - check it out here.

"A great book for teachers who still think teaching creatively has an important part to play in their classroom." Read the fantastic review of our #BookOfTheWeek by UKEDChat further here.

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Discover a bit more about Hywel Roberts and Debra Kidd, the brilliant authors of our #BookOfTheWeek 'Uncharted Territories'!

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