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Merry Xmas from the Spiral Team!

With joyful hearts, from all the team at Spiral, we wish you and your family a very merry Xmas and a blessed new year.

Free Halloween Poster

Happy Halloween! To celebrate we have created a free poster that you can print out and hang up in your classroom. (more…)

Get spooky with Spiral’s Halloween printouts

It's almost time for Halloween so we've put together some fun printouts to help make this day extra spooky! This could be a fun activity for the class while teaching them about Halloween and where it originates from. (more…)

Resource: Student Evaluation Sheet

Self-evaluation is a key part of formative assessment and enables students to develop independently while recognizing their own progress and performance.  (more…)

A guide to your Spiral dashboard

As Spiral users, it's important that you know how to get the most from our applications and navigating your way around the dashboard is the first step. (more…)

Top 5 Spiral activities for language learning

Learning a new language is always a challenge but it's great for students to grasp the basics as early on as possible. (more…)

Using traffic lights in the classroom

Throughout my time as a teacher, I found traffic lights to be an invaluable resource for assessing my pupils' understanding throughout each lesson. (more…)

Resources to improve literacy in the classroom

“Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.” ― Frederick Douglass International Literacy Day was introduced by UNESCO 50 years ago as a way to raise awareness around the importance of literacy and the ability it has to empower individuals. (more…)

7 common myths about teachers busted

When it comes to teachers, it seems like a lot of people outside of the industry have their own ideas about what they think a teacher is or what a teacher does. (more…)

NEW: Quickfire gets an update

The secret's out! Quickfire has had a makeover and we can't wait for you to check it out. (more…)

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