Coinciding with the arrival of this most wonderful time of the year comes one of the more challenging experiences of the year – Christmas shopping. Parents all over the country will be trawling through countless web pages and aisles trying to unearth that rare gift for children which sparks their imaginations and is fun at the same time.

Framlingham College is here to help. We’ve asked the Heads of English at both the Prep School and the Senior School to give us their recommendations for brilliant books to give to children which will help to inspire them to dream big and lose themselves in new worlds of adventure.

This is an image of the front cover of the book The Train to Impossible PlacesHead of English at Framlingham College Prep School, Lucy Manning said: “These books help us to understand different people and give us a sense of escapism, which we all need. With a good book you are never alone and that is an important feeling for children, especially at a time when we’re not allowed to all get together as we might normally.”

Take a look at our 12 Books of Christmas page for brilliant books for children of all ages, from Reception all the way up to Sixth Form. We will be releasing a new book each day, so keep an eye on the page to discover new literary gems which make perfect gift ideas for youngsters.

Other stories from our newsletter:

Celebrating and Inspiring Hope as Advent Begins

We spoke to three senior pupils about their successful university applications as well as School Chaplain, Brynn Bayman, about how this year’s advent holds special significance.

Framlingham College Business and Economics Teacher Becomes Financial Times Contributor

We spoke to Business and Economics Teacher, Elin Egger, about her work as a contributor to the Financial Times’ senior teaching resources which are accessed and used by teachers across the country.

Valuing Creativity

As part of the College’s pledge to bring the best out of pupils as individuals, we explored how different subject areas challenge pupils to explore their own creativity. Head of DT, James Buxton, also delivers a talk to teachers from across the school on the ‘Value of Creativity’ in lessons.

Upsides of Lockdown: Students more Engaged with Current Affairs

The latest instalment of our ongoing Upsides of Lockdown series identifies the trend in students becoming more engaged with subjects relating to the hectic news agenda. We speak to teachers from the Senior and Prep School about pupils’ increased interest in politics, economics and the environment.

It’s beginning to look like a Christmas at Framlingham College

The Christmas Spirit is coursing through Framlingham College as we flip the pages of our calendars for the last time this year. You can read about all the magical festivities our Senior and Prep Schools are putting on for pupils in our Christmas newsletter, arriving mid-December. Take a look at our video of BTEC Students rehearsing Rockin’ Robin in preparation:

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