You can now download and listen to the very first episode of The Curriculum, a brand new podcast from Cornerstones Education. At just 10–15 minutes a show, primary school leaders and teachers can get news, information and tips, all in the time it takes to squeeze in a coffee break or short commute.
Schools who purchase the Cornerstones Curriculum get one year’s exclusive access to our dedicated online space, The Hub. It features electronic versions of all of our Imaginative Learning Projects (ILPs), as well as curriculum documents and a range of teaching resources. We’re constantly updating The Hub by creating and adding more dedicated resources for all… Read more
Cornerstones are going to the Education Show 2015 at the NEC Birmingham on 19–21 March. Will you be there too? We would love to see you, so come visit us on stand F41–E42. It’s an ideal opportunity to find out more about what we do, speak to our team and get your hands on some… Read more
We are pleased to say that we have been shortlisted as a finalist for the Education Resource Awards 2015 (ERA) for the third successive year. This year’s awards see the Cornerstones Curriculum shortlisted in the ‘whole curriculum resource & non ICT’ category. Cornerstones Curriculum is a creative curriculum written specifically for the 2014 national curriculum,… Read more
Love to Investigate is a new Cornerstones product that helps you put investigative science at the heart of your science curriculum. You can learn more on our Love to Investigate product page. Official launch during Science Week We officially launch Love to Investigate during British Science Week, which this year takes place 13&22 March. The… Read more
Our next Cornerstones in Action session takes place this week in Sunderland on Thursday, 26th February. It’s a great opportunity for you to find out more about the Cornerstones Curriculum and take a learning walk around a Cornerstones school. You’ll get to see and speak to teachers using our materials, get hands-on with our interactive… Read more
One of our most popular resources on The Hub is a video that explains the theory of evolution. It’s a topic introduced in the 2014 science national curriculum and it can be tricky to teach at primary level. We’ve made our video available to everyone to show the type of resource our schools can find on The Hub.