Introducing the Oxford School Partnerships Program, fostering strong relationships between Oxford University Press and Australian schools

Blog post by Sophie Rasic, Primary Publishing, Editorial & Research Coordinator Introducing the Oxford School Partnerships Program, fostering strong relationships between Oxford University Press and schools in Australia Oxford University Press Australia and New Zealand (OUP) has launched a new partnership program to formalise our relationship with a number of schools as a part of […]

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The new Oxford Reading for Comprehension series tackles emerging comprehension challenges

Oxford University Press (OUP) has introduced a brand new guided reading program, Oxford Reading for Comprehension, to help teachers address the comprehension challenge in Australian primary schools. The research-based series, created in Australia, combines a consistent, strategic approach to comprehension with creative and exciting content to ensure students remain engaged while they develop their comprehension […]

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Engagement with Project X: Comprehension Express has armed struggling readers with the language and skills to address comprehension challenges.

Case study by Sophie Rasic using feedback from Literacy Coordinator Amy Sneddon and teachers Casey Seymour & Emma de Klerk, Lalor Gardens Primary School, Melbourne Age group Foundation–Year 6 Students on roll 403 School context Lalor is a lower socioeconomic area in the Northern suburbs of Melbourne. The school has a high primary school-leavers rate, with an average […]

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