Author and editor HELEN WATTS has been working in educational publishing for more than 25 years.
Her experience spans magazine, book and online publishing for children and teachers and she has written and produced fiction, non-fiction and classroom resources on a vast range of topics - from The Olympic Games and the football World Cup to cyber-bullying and teenage fashion.
Her debut novel for teenagers, One Day in Oradour, set in France during World War II, was published in May 2013 by A&C Black.
One Day In Oradour
A village destroyed, a child who survived
Get ready for the Y1 phonics screening check:
Make Phonics Fun - Spring
Make Phonics Fun is featured in the National Literacy Association's Guide to Literacy Resources. Read the review
Themed activities for the Early Years Foundation Stage
Written by Kay Clifford, Sue Waters and Helen Watts, this modular series comes in two age groups: 2 to 3 years (24-48 months) and 4 to 5 years (48 to 60 months) and covers each of the key Areas of Learning within the revised EYFS curriculum.