Thank you for the bookmarks…

In response to the most recent educational campaign, schools say “Thanks!”

AJbookmarkNACEAtoZThey disappeared almost as soon as I put them out in our Library and there was great competition amongst the girls once they realised that there were three different designs to collect!
They particularly loved the pictures of the animals and seeing which ones they could name. They used the bookmarks with the books that they take out of the School Library, mostly for reading for pleasure.
Cranford House School

Our Head of Pre Prep uses them on a daily basis, when she hears children read she gives them one as a reward, so they use them in their reading books both in school and at home.
Chandlings Bagley Wood

The bookmarks have already been sent out via the children
Abbey Woods Academy

We have given out the bookmarks today!
Shaw Ridge School

The bookmarks are lovely, the Head was very impressed!
Grange Junior School


The children were very pleased with them. The younger children enjoyed identifying the animals and the older pupils really appreciated the ‘measure’ bookmark (handy for SATs revision too!)
Great Rissington Primary School

Thank you for the gift bookmarks. They were giving to the children yesterday to take home.The children were pleased to have them.
Gorse Hill Primary School

We have just given out the book marks to the children in their book bags…
Haydonleigh Primary School

The children will be taking the bookmarks home today to use at home, some may decide to use them at school as well for their reading books but most will be using them at home AJbookmarkCWPprobably.
Lethbridge Primary School

Bookmark People is proud to be working in partnership with  to deliver responsible advertising messages to children and students in all UK schools. ’National Association for Able Children in Education’ has specialised in supporting Teachers in providing teaching and learning for able, gifted and talented pupils for over 30 years.

We’ve recently produced Cotswold Wildlife Park’s latest campaign aimed for families with young children.  This has featured on 130,000 NACE educational bookmarks distributed to 601 primary schools in Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Swindon and Nth.Wiltshire. Cotswold Wildlife Park’s sponsoring promotion will reach 130,000 primary school children.



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