June Spotlight on... Free Teaching Resources
Here at the CLPE we have been busy writing FREE teaching resources for lots of high-profile awards. This month we wanted to showcase some of the recent resources we have produced, that are available for anyone to download from our website:
This award was founded to highlight the most promising and exciting newcomers to picture book illustration. The judging panel included CLPE’s Farrah Serroukh alongside previous Waterstones children’s laureate, Anthony Browne, 2018 Klaus Flugge Prize winner, Kate Milner; Derek Brazell, of the Association of Illustrators and Seven Stories bookseller, Billiejo Carlisle.
The Branford Boase Award is awarded annually for an outstanding first novel to a first-time writer of a book for young people in memory of Henrietta Branford and Wendy Boase. Judges included CLPE Chief Executive Louise Johns-Shepherd, children’s director of the Hay Festival Julia Eccleshare, previous winner Mitch Johnson, Librarian Ellen Krajewski and owner of Children’s Bookshop, Muswell Hill Sanchita Basu De Sarkar.
Oscar’s book prize is a hunt for the best pre-school book of the year, in memory of Oscar Ashton. The jury panel that included Children’s Laureate Lauren Child, and campaigner for women and children’s health Sarah Brown, as well as Brigitte Ricou-Bellan, UK director of books at Amazon and Oscar’s parents Viveka Alvestrand and James Ashton.
This award is for distinguished illustration in a book for children, named after the popular and highly influential nineteenth century artist. This award is judged by CILIP.
This award is for the writer of an outstanding book written in English for children and young people. In memory of the great Scottish-born philanthropist, Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919). This award is judged by CILIP.
As well as all the FREE resources above, we have also been busy writing the CLiPPA 2019 shortlist resources.
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