Our Schools Services
We offer various services to help you inspire students and match the curriculum.
We can help your school invest in quality non-fiction books to match your curriculum. From science to history, we know the best books to recommend.
We can help you develop your poetry offering.
We can help you ensure your class reading area / school library are up to date with current children’s literature that reflects diversity and contemporary issues by creating bespoke lists to match your school’s specific needs.
Primary school subscription bags
For schools ordering more than four boxes, we offer an annual subscription with a bumper box delivered every half-term.
Pupil Premium Grants
Use your Pupil Premium Grant to provide pupils with their own collection of quality books matched to their age and reading level, nurturing in them a ‘reading for pleasure’ habit.
The Reader Teacher Top 100 Primary Reads Book Packs
We’re delighted to collaborate with The Reader Teacher to bring schools his Top 100 recommended primary reads at a discounted price!
Does your school need to develop your poetry offering? We can help!
Why choose us:
- Save time! We understand how busy school life is – so let us be your expert and do the research for you!
- We know our books and understand the curriculum! We used to be primary school teachers and have been championing children reading for years! Not only that, but we run a children’s book and events to spread the reading joy for young people across the country!
Why it matters
“Teachers should identify a core set of poems for each year group”
The reading framework, DfE, July 2021, pg 37)
We think you’ll love our Primary School Book Services!
But don’t just take our word for it! Check out testimonials from some of the schools we work with.
"Their knowledge and understanding of the way schools work is so helpful"
“I can’t praise Reading Rocks highly enough! Their help in choosing books appropriate to our readers and providing the texts quickly has been invaluable to our school. Their knowledge and understanding of the way schools work and the ways in which students approach reading is so helpful in making engaging book choices.”