Brighter Thinking drives our approach to English: a solid foundation of research from leading educational thinkers and English teachers around the world, and expert authorship from experienced teachers and examiners underpins the resources we publish.
Through a flexible suite of resources designed to meet a wide range of needs in the classroom, Better Learning is possible. Students can accelerate their learning and develop skills for life.Explore our English resources
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Teaching and Learning English with Cambridge
Find out about our subject specific guides – the approaches to teaching and learning we adopt for English as a First Language and English as Second Language. These titles present teachers with a range of practical ideas with examples that help put theory into context.Bring Brighter Thinking into your classroom
We collaborate with Brighter Thinkers in Cambridge and around the world to embed best teaching and learning practice into our resources.
National Handwriting Association
We are members of the National Handwriting Association, the leading UK handwriting experts. We worked with a team from the NHA who helped develop the latest edition of our Penpals for Handwriting series.
The Cambridge English Corpus
Natural, relevant, and up-to-date. Using the Cambridge English Corpus in our products means we teach the language that learners will encounter in their everyday lives – language that's useful, current and that helps your learners to sound natural when they speak and write.Experience Better Learning
Here’s what teachers and learners from around the world are saying about us
Amazon.com, Progress, GCSE English Language for AQA
"The tone is excellent: so many exam preparation books adopt a jolly, jokey, cringe-making style; this doesn’t. This takes the student seriously and offers useful advice and clear explanations."
Amazon.com, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, GCSE English Literature for AQA
"As a secondary school English teacher, I have to say this is a very well prepared resource. We have more or less planned our entire scheme of work around it. Some excellent resources. Very engaging and well presented."
Amazon.com, Romeo and Juliet, Cambridge School Shakespeare
"This is a fantastic classroom tool. I bought this book for my training year to help come up with some interesting ways of teaching Romeo and Juliet and ended up lending it out to seasoned teachers who had got stuck in a language analysis rut. "
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