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              School’s Annual Membership

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              A school's annual membership gives the following to all its teachers:
              • Unrestricted access to the members page to keep up to date with the term's topics and new teaching and learning materials.
              • Detailed schemes of work for all abilities covering the 11 - 16 curriculum, founded on pedagogy and over 15 years teaching experience.
              • Exclusive access to interactive teaching and learning materials for that will engage and inspire all students.
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