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Free webinar – Physical French Phonics

Sue Cave will be giving a webinar on using Physical French Phonics in language learning and teaching.

Sue Cave Physical French Phonics Brilliant Publications

Sue Cave – author of Physical French Phonics

The webinar is being organised by the Association of Language Learning (ALL) London Branch. It is free to register and attend. It takes place on Wednesday, 15th November 8.30-9.30pm. Hope to see you there.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/physical-french-phonics-a-webinar-with-sue-cave-registration-38171520044?aff=erelpanelorg

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Come see us at the Language Show on Stand 302 – Entry is free!

We are starting to get very excited about the Language Show at Olympia in London on 17-19 October. Entry to the Show is free and in addition to the exhbition, there is a wide range of seminars,  taster classes and demonstrations.  We are very pleased to have several of our authors speaking this year:

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Educational publishers DO make a difference

In these difficult times, with budgets being cut and uncertainties over how the changes outlined in the White Paper will affect schools, I was delighted last week to hear some good news for a change.

An independent research project funded by the Educational Publishers Council found that pupils in schools that spend more on professionally published resources improve faster than those in schools that spend less. Data collected from over 13,500 primary schools and 3800 secondary schools showed that schools that spend more on published resources were a third more likely to record above-average improvement in attainment. Here at Brilliant Publications, we invest thousands every year, at our own risk, developing creative teaching materials, so it’s wonderful to have independent confirmation that spending on published resources is still one of the most cost-effective ways of improving teaching and learning.

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