Case Study | 26 Jun 2021

The Curiosity Library in action

We piloted The Curiosity Library throughout May and June 2021 in several UK primary schools

We have learned so much by working with teachers using our stories and lessons in the classroom over the past couple of months and would like to thank the leadership teams of Roding Primary and St. John’s CofE Primary in particular for their support.

What teachers are saying

We are super-grateful for all the feedback from teachers who have been using The Curiosity Library:

  • as part of the planned PSHE curriculum
  • in line with themed days / weeks
  • for whole school assembly
  • in circle time
  • for focus groups
  • … and for those times when you want children to quietly reflect on the world around them.

Emma Hammerston, PSHE Lead, Buckhurst Hill CofE Primary said:

Great new stories and lesson plans that can be accessed at different levels by KS1 and KS2 year groups. The content is entertaining, the rhyme makes it fun and the themes are thought-provoking. A natural fit for our PSHE curriculum, beautifully delivered.

What kids are saying

If you don’t believe the teachers, here are some comments from children (Big thanks to Mr Peck’s Year 4 class!)

I like it because it encourages people to be who they are.

It was very fun to read and has a meaning to it

I really like it because it can teach kids to respect others.

To all the staff at Roding and St.John’s, thank you! Please keep sharing your ideas. We look forward to continuing to work with you and growing the library to meet your needs.

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