About Grammar Masters

About Grammar Masters

Engaging and fun:
On your journey you will meet eight Grammar Masters characters, including the elusive Grand Master Tiger. Pupils can select their favourite Grammar Masters characters and search out the Grand Master Tiger. Through meeting the characters, the programme inspires and motivates pupils, teachers, teaching assistants and parents in the wider school community.

Time saving:
Grammar Masters is a package of digital SMART notebook slides for teaching grammar lessons. When you purchase Grammar Masters you will ensure complete coverage of all Grammar objectives in the National Curriculum from Years 1-6. The package includes teacher notes, with key teaching points and subject knowledge development. It reduces teacher workload when planning grammar sessions, it does the groundwork for them.

Value for money:
The prices shown are the total cost for your class or your school. For a school of 250 pupils it would be 40p per pupil.

Teachers can adapt sessions to their pupils’ needs and interests. The sessions can be taught as lesson starters, whole class lessons or booster sessions.

Each area of grammar is thoroughly explored and pupils are given ample opportunities to analyse language and its function, using words in creative and meaningful contexts that link to whole class teaching. Having this clear link between grammar and being creative ultimately has a positive impact on the quality of pupils’ writing.

Benefits of Grammar Masters

  • Ensures complete coverage of the National Curriculum Grammar objectives across the school from Years 1-6
  • Breaks the National Curriculum down into clear grammar objectives supporting progression across a year group
  • Raises attainment in SPAG and writing across the school
  • Improves and develops teachers’ subject knowledge and confidence in teaching grammar
  • Reduces teacher workload when planning grammar sessions – A programme designed by teachers for teachers
  • Supports pupils’ quality of spoken English
  • Enables English leaders and Heads to have a clear overview of grammar teaching across the primary age range

Lucy Mathieson

Experience: 11 years teaching across Year 1 – 6
Qualifications: GTP, NPQML, Lead Practitioner
Job Roles: English Leader, Phonics Leader, P4C Leader, Phase Leader
SLE: Phonics

Stephanie Stevens

Experience: 9 years teaching across Year 1 – 6
Qualifications: PGCE, NPQML, Lead Practitioner, MA Primary Education (Policy and Practice)
Job Roles: English Leader, P4C Leader, SAPERE P4C Trainer, Assistant Head
SLE: English


Loren Allen – Queen’s Hill Primary
Reg Amarshi – St John’s Primary School
Susan Armitage – Wyvil Primary School
Samantha Carnegie – Richard Atkins Primary School
Rebecca Coombs – Herbert Morrison Primary School
Rebecca Dwyer – Ashmole Primary School
Oscar Fielder – Herbert Morrison Primary School
Natalie Graham – Vauxhall Primary School
Penny Holmes – Royal Park Primary School
Laurielle Jackson – St Andrews
Hayley Lyons – Worstead Church of England Primary School
Tara Magee – Kelvin Grove Primary School

Rhys Marles – Wyvil Primary School
James Marsh – Wyvil Primary School
Catherine Monk – Southway Primary School
Sarah Moore – Queen’s Hill
Neil Moorcroft – Herbert Morrison Primary School
Sarah Morgan – Old Buckenham High School
Kate Parsonage – Worstead Church of England Primary School
Katie Pope – Wyvil Primary School
Sophie Rule – International School Dubai UAE
Paul Sant – Aurora House:Wyvil Autism Resource Base
Kelly Simmonds – Stoke Park School

Grammar Research:

Read the latest information from the National Curriculum

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Proving Impact

Take a look at how Grammar Masters impacts on teachers, children and schools

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Read more about SHINE – a charity which was founded in March 1999 to help disadvantaged children and teenagers in England improve their academic performance.

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Find out about how this project was funded

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