Category: Christmas

Post-Christmas Blues: How To Beat Them

Post-Christmas Blues

We’ve come up with 15 ways for you to beat the post-Christmas blues, embrace this time of year and start the new term off in a positive way.

T’was The School-Night Before Christmas

T'was the School Night

We've created a special tongue-in-cheek poem for teachers this Christmas Eve. Take a look at 'T'was the School Night Before Christmas' for a festive treat.

The Best Christmas Films to Watch With Your Class

Christmas Films

Letting your pupils enjoy Christmas films in the classroom doesn’t have to mean lost learning time. Check out our top films with teaching activities.

Create Your Own Christmas Story

Christmas Story

Following the success of our World Book Day and Halloween Story Generators, we’ve created a new Christmas one. It helps pupils to develop writing skills.

How to Use Christmas Stars

Christmas Stars

Our Holographic Christmas Stars are ideal for using in the run-up to Christmas. Create a Christmas reward scheme or use them for Arts and Crafts lessons.

Christmas Gift Guide 2018

Christmas Gift Guide

The PTS Christmas Gift Guide 2018 is here! It's perfect for teachers looking for gifts for pupils and colleagues, or pupils who wants to treat a teacher.

Get Ready for Christmas

Get ready for Christmas

Get ready for Christmas in the classroom! We have some great activities, displays, educational films and gifts to help you and your pupils get festive.

How to Help at Christmas

Food Bank

Take a look at our blog which talks about our food bank visit and gives helpful tips on how you can make a difference in your local community this Christmas

The Best Books to Read with Your Class this Christmas


We’ve picked out a few of our favourite Christmas books, for a range of ages and abilities, to help you make Christmas even more special for your class.

Work on your Class’ Listening Skills with a True Christmas Treat


Work on your class' listening skills with a festive favourite; 'T'was the Night Before Christmas' by Clement C. Moore, with questions and activities.