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Sara Stanley

Sara Stanley

  • 5 stars across 10 books
Sara Stanley, Bed (hons) Cambridge, specialises in creating philosophical worlds in the classroom. Using a year long story curriculum she entices the children to create their own journey through one story, many books and even more dialogues and enquiries based on their everyday play, language and storytelling. Alongside the year long story Sara Stanley shares her passion for picture books to develop all aspects of creative learning and thinking.
24th September 2015


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4th July 2008

Tyrannosaurus Drip

A brilliantly funny story all about celebrating difference, from the stellar picture-book partnership of Julia Donal... MoreTyrannosaurus Drip

(35 reviews) Review
1st September 2015

Jack And the Beanstalk

The classic English fairytale, specially rewritten for young children and brought to life with stunning illustrations. J... MoreJack And the Beanstalk

(12 reviews) Review
1st October 2004

But Why? Pinocchio

Pinocchio the wooden puppet comes to life - and he wants to be a real boy. His friend the cricket tries to help, but Pin... MoreBut Why? Pinocchio

(0 reviews) Review
1st June 2009

Burglar Bill Teacher Resource

NEW READ AND RESPOND BURGLAR BILL provides teachers with all the resources they need to teach this classic childre... MoreBurglar Bill Teacher Resource

(0 reviews) Review
7th June 2010

Stick Man

This is a new title from the best-selling "Read & Respond" series. It offers: differentiation advice and assessment guid... MoreStick Man

(0 reviews) Review
5th May 2011

Rosie's Walk

A new title from the best-selling _Read & Respond_ series. * Differentiation advice and assessment guidance. * Plo... MoreRosie's Walk

(0 reviews) Review
19th June 2014

Pocket PAL: Creating Enquiring Minds

Inspiring, intelligent and practical, this user-friendly guide provides a wonderful introduction to using P4C (Philosop... MorePocket PAL: Creating Enquiring Minds

(0 reviews) Review
25th October 2004

But Why Teachers Pack

A delightful resource pack providing everything you need to introduce Philosophy for Children (P4C) to the primary class... MoreBut Why Teachers Pack

(0 reviews) Review
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