Octonauts, Anchors and Zigzags – in the Classroom

SealifeNACEClassroomFollowing the successful Starfish campaign in Birmingham’s Schools earlier in the year the National Sealife Centre Birmingham is this month reaching Coventry and Leicester Primary Schools via our handy NACE A-Z of the seaside.

A-Z of the seaside.
What can you see at the seaside?
Can you find them?
Can you spell them?



This September we see our Educational Bookmarks being distributed to primary schools in Coventry and Leicester. Working in partnership with the ‘National Association for Able Children in Education’ we deliver educational bookmarks supported by responsible advertising messages to children and students in UK schools.

NaceLetterThe National Sea Life Centre’s Octonauts promotion is featured on ‘seaside’ themed NACE educational bookmarks delivered to Primary Schools in these areas.

The National Association for Able Children in Education specialise in supporting teachers in providing teaching and learning for able, gifted and talented pupils.

Supported by NACE, Bookmark People have designed and produced these “What can you see … A-Z bookmarks.” These simple and effective bookmarks are created to stimulate and challenge young children.

Bookmark People is proud to be working in partnership with NACE to deliver responsible advertising messages to children and students in all UK schools.  First appointed to the COI Framework as an approved supplier 2005, Bookmark People now offers a flexible route into the school environment.

“The bookmarks were colourful and well received by our pupils.”

“The classes who received them on Friday loved them and we have given out the rest today for children to take home.”

“really pleased with bookmarks – we handed them out to the children”

“The children enjoyed receiving their bookmark – it coincided with World Book Day too.
What made these stand out were the colourful photographs… and the link to letter sounds”

“The children were given the bookmarks to take home with them. The staff thought the bookmarks were bright and colourful with lots of interesting facts and pictures on them.”


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