Subscriptions to resources & publications for sale
We offer a number of resources which are available on a subscription basis via Hampshire Teaching and Leadership College.
Subscribers can access the relevant information page and resources by clicking on the links below.
A resource to support a text-driven English curriculum in the primary years.
Over 300 texts listed with notes on themes, grammatical features, possible writing opportunities and cross-curricular links.
A valuable tool for selecting texts to drive learning journeys.
Organised under headings for ease of reference – Novels, Picture Books, Non-Fiction, Poetry, Heritage, Shakespeare, Traditional Tales, Short Story Collections, EYFS, Myths and Legends, Films.
Searchable for grammatical terms, topic areas etc.
Available as a downloadable resource to allow for regular updates.
Subscription: £50, payable in two annual instalments of £25. Click here to subscribe.
Click on the link above to view details of subject publications produced by the Hampshire Inspection and Advisory Service.
To order a publication, customers should complete the online order form available via the Order publications button on the Publications web page. For further information or queries, please contact the HIAS Publications Team on: firstname.lastname@example.org
The curriculum updates are compiled by inspectors and advisers and share examples of high-quality good practice to keep you up to date with subject or whole-school issues. There are 12 titles which are produced twice a year. The curriculum updates are available by annual subscription, either electronically or in printed format. For further information and a full list of our titles, please see our curriculum updates leaflet.
Excerpt from RE Primary News, published on 4 September 2017.
The autumn issue of RE Primary News serves to kick-start the academic year by engaging with RE leads in primary schools across the region. Among the articles it contains, there are:
reports on the successful Annual Primary RE Conference which took place in May
an example of a transitional primary/secondary conference in Farnborough and
examples of good practice of RE in the Foundation Stage and assessment at a special school.
This is in addition to the provision of religious festival dates, CPD in the form of networks, courses and conferences, and resources to support Living Difference III from the County RE Centre.