Teaching and learning

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Hackney's Diverse Curriculum

Hackney's Diverse Curriculum resources for schools.

Vaccination resources

Resources for Key Stage 2-5 about the science and history of vaccines, how the Covid vaccine works, and why it is important that everybody takes the vaccines that are offered to them

Daily Supported Reading resources

Daily Supported Reading (DSR) is an internationally acclaimed approach to the teaching of early reading in KS1 and to low readers in KS2.

Destination Reader resources

Resources for Destination Reader, a pedagogical based approach to teaching reading through engaging daily, structured sessions

LIT Programme resources

Our LIT Programme resources include teacher and pupil booklets and guidance on how to successfully implement the programme in your schoolments, guidance and resources.

Home learning resources

These fun and educational activities support parents and carers with home learning activities

Recovery Curriculum

From September 2020 schools are expected to create time to cover the most important missed content. Our resources can support schools


Hackney SACRE (Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education) promotes, supports and encourages good practice in the teaching of Religious Education (RE) in Hackney Schools


Information and resources for school staff and a place where parents and other members of the community can find out about Spanish in Hackney

Secondary literacy offer

Hackney’s high performing schools lead the way in literacy provision and outcomes

14-19 Transition Project Toolkit

The Hackney 14-19 Transition Toolkit has been developed by Hackney Education in partnership with schools, colleges and providers in the borough

Special educational needs and disabilities

Resources relating to special educational needs and disabilities in Hackney can be found on the Hackney Local Offer website

Young Hackney

Young Hackney offers specialist services to schools and individual support for children and young people aged 6–19 (up to 25 if they have additional support needs)