Browse Secondary School Books by Age and School Year
Track progress and support teacher judgements with photocopiable and editable formative assessments for key English and Maths skills.
Year 7 (Age 11–12)
Starting secondary school is an important step in every child’s school life. It can be daunting, exciting and potentially overwhelming. Making sure that your child knows what a school day involves and where things are is a big help. Kitting them out with a dictionary and the school books they need is also a great way to start.
Year 8 (Age 12-13)
As your child moves into Year 8, they will be familiar with their KS3 subjects. Providing a good environment at home for study is important as school work grows.
Year 9 (Age 13-14)
In Year 9, children are well on their way towards GCSE years. This is a good time to recap what they have learnt at KS3 using revision and practice books.
Year 10 (Age 14-15)
Most schools will start to prepare children for the GCSE exams at the start of Year 10. Revising and recapping from the get go will help children later.
Year 11 (Age 15-16)
As revision season approaches, having access to practice test papers to use alongside revision books will really help your child feel prepared for the exams.