Friends of Rollama

Englicious by University College London is a great resource for teachers seeking to improve their understanding of English grammar. Their glossary is so useful.

Professor Bas Aarts has already helped us get a better grasp on everything from adverbials to exclamations!

Writelike is a platform designed to help students develop advanced creative and narrative writing skills.

It takes a craft-oriented, text-modelling approach to writing instruction which will be recognisable to teachers experienced in mentor-text methods, genre-based pedagogy, or cognitive load theory.


Frankenstories is an awesome collaborative writing web app which enables students write, vote and jointly build creative texts together.

Andrew Duval and the team have made a game-changing product here, perfect for age 10+ students with peer-support and teacher oversight baked in. Highly recommended.

Kaligo is a handwriting and spelling app which uses tablets and styluses in the classroom. Kaligo exercises can be customised class wide or for individual students. Students can progress at their own pace and follow a number of learning pathways.

Faisal Hamid is revolutionising the Early Years pen control learning process.

Pobble supports the teaching of writing every step of the way. Motivate every child to produce their best work with high-quality resources, powerful pupil tools and a platform for global celebration!

Simon Blower has built one of the pillars of writing resources.

Grammar First Aid is a great book (and Facebook Group) which supports Primary teachers' understanding of the statutory requirements of the English National Curriculum.

Jo Heffer is a grammar guru, and a great advocate of raising interest and engagement with SPaG learning!

Times Tables Rockstars is the original and best times tables practice tool for children.

Bruno Reddy is the gamification godfather when it comes to fluent fundamentals, and he has been a great source of support for our site since Day 1.