New school year, new website

We're excited to launch our brand new website, complete with a new blog and just in time for the new school year.

The new Cornerstones website is brighter, cleaner and includes all the information you need to know about our company and our products. You can get to grips with the Cornerstones Curriculum, our new assessment package, and download a wide range of free resources.

Easy to use

Our new site makes it easier for you to find what you're looking for. We know that many teachers work on the go, so we've also made sure it looks and works great on your mobile phone, tablet and computer. We'll be adding more features soon, so keep checking back.

Bookmark us!

Our new blog (you're on it right now) is going to be a very handy place for teachers, so add it to your bookmarks! You can usually bookmark or ‘favourite' a site by clicking a star icon near the top of the page. Having problems? Try ‘Bookmarks' in your browser's menu and then, ‘Add bookmark'.

See what we're up to

By regularly visiting the blog you'll be able to keep up with all of our news, download free resources, and get teaching hints and tips, including suggestions for using our own curriculum. You'll also get to hear about how other schools are getting on using Cornerstones. We want to hear from you too, so be sure to leave your feedback on posts in the comments.

Never miss a thing!

You can keep up to date with our latest blog posts and all things Cornerstones by signing up to our free newsletter. It's for teachers, head teachers and anyone who works or has an interest in education. Subscribe now to get started.

Got any stories to share?

Share your thoughts, stories and pictures with us and we'll feature them in our blog. And if there's a topic you think we should write about or a school story that you want to celebrate, let us know and we'll feature that too.

Email us at, tweet us @Cornerstonesedu or find us on Facebook.

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Iain Broome

Iain is a Creative Consultant at Cornerstones and currently produces The Curriculum, our new podcast. He's previously worked on a range of other Cornerstones products, including the Cornerstones Curriculum, Love to Investigate and Cornerstones Yoimoji.

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