Blog and Podcast

Superhero Children Enjoy Dragon hunts in Doncaster

Town Field Primary is a large Doncaster school with 460 pupils aged three to 11-years in 16 classes. Its teachers have been working with the Cornerstones creative curriculum for nearly three years now. Here, deputy head Helena Honeybone tells us more about how the Cornerstones curriculum has worked for them. She says the fact that… Read more

The Wow Factor in Wales A Cornerstones Case Study

Barry Island Primary School in the Vale of Glamorgan has been working with the Cornerstones curriculum for two years and teachers and pupils have plenty of positive feedback. The primary school also has a particular focus on technology in all its forms, and helps its 222 pupils aged three to 11 years-old develop expertise in… Read more

Cornerstones Shortlisted for Two National Awards

A Barnsley-based education business has been shortlisted for two national awards which recognise excellence in the provision of teaching and learning supplies. Cornerstones has fought off tough competition to be announced as a finalist in two categories of the Education Resources Awards 2014. The company is nominated as Supplier of the Year in the small… Read more

Schoolchildren in South Wales take over the Zoo!

Hundreds of primary schoolchildren from across South Wales took over a popular zoo and animal attraction for the day this week. Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo opened its doors especially on Monday (February 10th) to allow more than 350 pupils from seven schools to come on an educational visit. Many of the three to… Read more

Celebrating our first Merseyside School!

Cornerstones Education, based in Goldthorpe, has grown dramatically since it was set up just three years ago and already sells creative curriculum materials to 600 schools in England and Wales. Prescot Primary School in Knowsley has now become its first Merseyside customer and signed up to use its comprehensive teaching and learning resources for three… Read more

Meet Dr Fran Barnes, our Science Expert

Fran has nine years’ experience as a post-doctoral research scientist in the Department of Infection and Immunity at the University of Sheffield. Whilst in this post, she developed a keen interest in promoting science as a subject to study and a career option for young people. She also spent time visiting schools as an ambassador… Read more