Bloomsbury Education

Bloomsbury Education publishes books, apps and digital resources for schools and educators to inspire teaching, learning and young minds. From practical classroom resources and lesson plans to side-splitting poetry, from fantastic fiction for struggling readers to professional development, we will have something for your needs. Covering Early Years through to Further Education, Bloomsbury Education works with its highly experienced and trusted authors to help teachers teach better and children learn more.

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Independent Publishers Guild Award 2021 Judges Comment

"Bloomsbury Publishing wins this Award for the first time. It had a string of bestsellers last year and responded very nimbly to lockdowns, keeping publishing schedules on track, shifting sales, marketing and events online and actively supporting independent bookshops. Judges said the business managed to retain an entrepreneurial spirit despite its size. “Bloomsbury does things well right across the board… it serves its authors and reading communities brilliantly."

Praise for our CPD books and classroom resources

CPD books and classroom resources

Write Like a Ninja, Andrew Jennings

‘Designed to support the KS2 National Curriculum, this rich resource will help young writers get to grips with grammar in clear and meaningful ways that will enhance their writing. It’s also a handy time-saver for teachers, providing as it does excellent examples that demonstrate grammar in action.’


Grammarsaurus Key Stage 1 and 2, Mitch Hudson and Anna Richards
‘An easy-to-follow guide that breaks down the requirements of the National Curriculum and provides a planning overview for teaching, combining grammar, spelling, punctuation and writing into one book. It includes annotated high-quality model texts, to show teachers the benchmark for expectations in each year group and presents up-to-date content that reflects the new framework for writing.’


Mark. Plan. Teach. 2.0, Ross Morrison McGill
‘This really is what it says on the cover, a teacher’s tool kit. A very professionally researched and well delivered handbook…It is written in a supportive and informative way and at no point is it patronising (unlike many inset lectures!) The various points are informatively written in concise chapters, with an ‘ideas snapshot’ at the start of each topic and useful references to further reading.’


The Inclusive Classroom, Daniel Sobel and Sara Alston
‘The book is packed with practical and often simple suggestions that would make all the difference. The authors are obviously speaking with bags of experience, demonstrating great understanding and a huge amount of perception. I think the tips and ideas suggested in this book would benefit all our teaching practices wherever we are in our careers.’


Utterly Jarvellous, Dr Sai Pathmanathan
‘From science specialists to those just getting to grips with the subject, all teachers can deliver these environmentally friendly, inclusive activities with minimal preparation.’
- Primary Times


Praise for our Fiction, poetry and picture books

Fiction, poetry and picture books


Praise for Yapping Away, Joshua Seigal
‘Joshua Seigal is well known for his humorous and inspiring poems and this new collection is every bit as wonderful as his other books. Full of excellent poems, it is perfect for sharing at home or school or for curling up with on your own.’
North Somerset Teachers’ Book Awards


Praise for The Same but Different
‘Featuring an ensemble cast of visibly diverse children, this colourful book explores ideas of difference and shared experiences, reflecting on how everyone is different but can find common ground and common feeling. A good starting point for conversations about inclusion.’
- The Bookseller


Praise for Bloomsbury Readers

‘The Bloomsbury Readers series is packed with brilliant books to get children reading independently in Key Stage 2. The texts are expertly written and cover a number of themes and ideas. They come packed with creative authorship and well-balanced illustrations, making reading the stories engaging and entertaining.’
- Teach Primary