These are the buttons for going to teacher resources.
Above right is the search button. You can get to this 'toolkit' screen from the search, too. Most useful when students have a specific word in mind.
This is the main textbook. It opens in a new tab or window. To close the book, close the tab or window. On a mobile you can swipe to turn pages and also pull corners. On the top right there is a button for searching within the book. You can also zoom in on a page and drag the page to where you want it. Some books have videos embedded.
If there is an 'explorer' book opposite with a similar title it is also a textbook, but with a 2 year reading level lower than the main book.
This is the academy section. When you click on it you will enter the area containing lessons and worksheets with answers. Each book is presented in sections as a teaching video, with worksheets and answers connected to each one. Use it for catchup, work for students away from home, to help teaching assistants, and for teachers covering lessons or changing subjects.
This is the interactive topic. It covers the same ground as the book, but with less text and it focuses on read-outs. Suited to whiteboards as well as individual use. Each text passage can be read out and stopped by mouseover or tap. There is a question with interactive answer. Especially helps those with reading challenges.
This is the video gallery. It contains all of the videos in the i-topic and more. You can use this if you wish to manage videos rather than have them as part of the i-topic.
This is an interactive audio-visual experience. It contains a wide variety of topics to help students approach a topic in a less formal way. They select items and hear them read out. Copyright restrictions apply: the material cannot be used in other websites.
These creative topics books cover specific topics and reinforce the main book. Use them as further reading, or when more detail is needed for project work.
The books are colour coded using a system of reading ability levels as is standard across British schools. We use coloured dots, so you can tell of reading level and also how hard the subject matter is: the more dots the harder it is.