EYFS / Key Stage 1 / Key Stage 2 -
Stories featuring all kinds of animals...both familiar and extraordinary.
KS1 / KS2. A traditional tale from Scotland - suitable for Burns Night.
KS1. The speedy hare challenges the tortoise to a race in Aesop's well-known fable.
KS1. One good turn leads to another in the famous fable by Aesop.
KS1. The busy ant prepares for winter in the well-known fable by Aesop.
KS1. The dog is punished for his greed in this fable by Aesop.
KS1. Part 1 of the famous Aboriginal story of a very thirsty frog.
KS1. Part 2 of the famous Aboriginal story of a very thirsty frog.
KS1. Anansi the spider discovers a clever trick for getting a free meal.
KS1. Anansi tries his trick on one last animal - Little Deer. But will it work?
A traditional story for Chinese New Year explaining the use of animals in the calendar.
A traditional story for Chinese New Year about a dragon, a phoenix...and a magic pearl.
KS1. It has snowed and Joe is feeling very excited...
KS1. The first of three stories about Rosie the cat, Dizzy the dog and the Lucas family.
KS1. The second of three stories about Rosie the cat, Dizzy the dog and the Lucas family.
KS1. The final story about Rosie the cat, Dizzy the dog and the Lucas family.
KS1. Seaside donkeys Shelly and Pebbles work together to overcome a problem.
EYFS. Based on the well-known fable by Aesop. Two mice have very different homes...
EYFS. Four animals set off for Bremen to be musicians...but on the way they meet robbers.
EYFS. The animals are too busy to talk to the donkey. Then he meets a girl who will...
EYFS. Anansi doesn't want to share his food...but he'll be taught some manners.
EYFS. Freddy, a tadpole in Nigeria, is struggling to discover his true identity...
EYFS. The Sara Nasiba bird - which brings good luck - nests in Karim’s garden...
KS2. A crow is unhappy with his appearance...but learns to appreciate himself.
KS2. Merryboy (a dog) and his owner, Dotty, sail on The Mayflower to America in 1620.