Sunday, 21 August 2016

Letts 'Back To School' Book Bundle Giveaway and 30% Discount Code

Letts have a huge range of learning books for children and young people throughout school and college, from the earliest letter and number skills for age 3, right up to A level revision. With the 'Back To School' panic now underway Letts are offering all of my readers a 30% discount on their entire range of books, and one of my readers can win a huge £50 bundle of books suited to their child.


After the Summer break we're all busy preparing uniforms, shoes and PE kits, but getting children back into a learning frame of mind is really important. There are lots of great books to choose from and Letts has some really engaging and motivating learning books.


For younger children Letts have ranges such as 'Monster Practice' and the new 'Wild About...', and we reviewed some of the Wild About books this June...You can find our full review of Letts Wild About Workbooks here...


All of Letts learning and revision books support the national curriculum, reinforcing what your child is being taught at school. Books are organised on the website by age group, so it's really easy to find the correct books for your child.

Older children and young people might benefit from exam focussed books, saving them valuable time copying and writing out questions to revise and test themselves. All of our young people have used Letts Success, Revision and Exam Practice Books for GCSE and A Levels with great success.

Letts have very kindly offered all of my readers a 30% discount on all books until 30 September 2016 when you use code BACK30 on the letts Revision website.

Letts books start around £3.99 (£2.79 with discount) for foundation and Key Stage 1 books, which are more image based and have very little text, up to around £19.99 (£13.99 with discount) for huge 320 page A Level Revision Guides.

On top of the discount code, Letts also have a fantastic Back to School prize for one of my readers. One person will win a bundle of Letts books worth £50 and tailored to your child's age.

Entry to the giveaway is by Gleam form below. No entries are mandatory, but each extra task completed will earn you extra entries into the draw. The giveaway is open to UK entrants only and will close at midnight Sunday 18th September 2016. Full terms and conditions are at the bottom of the Gleam form.

For assistance with Gleam or to enter my other giveaways, please see my Giveaways Page...

Letts 'Back To School' Book Bundle Giveaway (worth £50!)


I've been paid for the time taken to administrate this giveaway and write this post. It keeps my family fed and warm! 

96 comments:

  1. We used to have an Afrikaans teacher(I grew up in South Africa) that loved to talk about the good old days, we always used to ask a question at the beginning of the lesson and see how much time we could waste.

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  2. One of my favourite memories from school is taking home my very first reading book in 'class 1' I remember learning my first words, such as 'look' 'I', 'see', 'can' etc, using flashcards and then my first book contained these words. It was a book about Jane, Dick and Spot the dog!

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  3. falling in the pond on my break

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  4. I remember learning how to spell the days of the week, our teacher was getting married so Wednesday was taught as wedding day!! Odd what you remember ☺

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  5. My memory of school was being asked by the teacher to go & see what time it was by the hall clock & I couldn't tell the time so had to wait for someone to ask. My Father taught me straight away when I told him what had happened.

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  6. My favourite fun memory of primary school is me and my 2 friends being allowed to "do a play" in front of assembly. We were terrible!

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  7. Science bunsen burners and jokes -seemed funny at the time but now I see hoe dangerous it was

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  8. My most fun memory was playing out in the playground playing hairdressers

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  9. We had the most wonderful headmaaster at primary school and every Christmas he would spend hours with us all putting together an extravaganza show with marionettes and glove puppets he had made himself. It was magical :)

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  10. In 5th grade, we had a pioneer day where we dressed up and cooked outside. It was a blast!

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  11. When i won an award in primary school for writing a story

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  12. I remember the junior school disco and practicing my dancing for weeks before and the only song I danced to was Kung Fu Fighting by Carl Douglas!

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  13. The best memory I have of school is playing around on the keyboards (music lesson) with my friend then getting told off. We then decided to try and press as many buttons as we could without getting caught, but as soon as we pressed the "DJ" button the keyboard crashed, went on to full volume and kept repeating DJDJDJDJDJDJDJDJDJDJDJDJDJDJDJDJ over and over again. We were rolling around on the floor laughing...

    I have had many enjoyable moments, such as sport team victories and just general tom foolery, but I don't think that I have ever laughed as much as I did then...

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  14. Playing a ball game called Four Square.

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  15. My best memories in school are always filled with friends and laughter. We are still friends, after so many years!

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  16. Heather Morrison22 August 2016 at 07:31

    My most fun memory at school was probably world book day when it was my birthday. I was little red riding hood (made the night before out of my mums table cloth) and I took a basket full of biscuits. I'd never had so many friends!!

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  17. I spent a lot of time moving around schools due to being in foster care, however I did enjoy the fact that I made a lot of new freinds, some of which I am still in touch with today

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  18. The day I left. No not really, don't have a particular memory but I did have a fairly enjoyable time at school.

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  19. i used to love wednesdays, it was when we would go on the coach to the local swimming bath, swimming was so much fun!

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  20. My favourite memory from school was physics a level class, there were only 6 of us in the class at an all girls school we always had so much fun

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  21. I think it must have been the school trips we took whenever we did projects. I remember going to Colchester to see the Roman mosaic and we had a little book to fill in with questions about the site. My best friend had a pamphlet of the site from a previous trip so we filled in the answers on the coach down and just had a wonderful relaxing time when we got there ;)

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  22. A school trip to Paris where we climbed the Eiffel Tower

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  23. going to get pizza during a lesson

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  24. School really wasn't a happy place for me so my best memory is going out of the school gates for the last time in tears of relief. Fortunately I've had some much more positive educational experiences since then.

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  25. Lessons outdoors, we seemed to be outside much more back in the day than my Grandchildren

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  26. going to france on a ww1 history trip !

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  27. Most fun memory from school? I won a sponsorship through the school to get gliding lessons. Was absolutely awesome.

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  28. I always enjoyed lunch in my best mate's classroom - a break from the bullying!

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  29. Maypole dancing for parents day - I went the wrong way in the 'spiders web' and screwed up the whole display

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  30. Leaving! I was never a fan of school 😔

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  31. The Headmaster in primary school coming in to read us The Hobbit on friday afternoons - way back in the early 70's x

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  32. When our RE teacher, who was literally insane, leapt onto our desks!

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  33. Going on a school trip to Alton towers with my friends, we had a lovely day.

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  34. we went on a skiing trip to Bavaria once. it was amazing

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  35. Going in a trip to Italy for 10 days, it was a lot of fun but I probably didn't appreciate the history that the trip was about

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  36. Has to be those days at the end of term where you were allowed to bring a game in from home to play with other sand watch dvds instead of lessons!

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  37. I always loved sports day so much fun and the whole family was there to watch

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  38. i loved it when we went on school trips, so much fun

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  39. Going on a school cruise & watching the disliked french teacher Mrs H hanging over the side feeling ill. One by one we walked past asking her if she was enjoying the storm. Teenagers can be 'orrible!

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  40. My most fun memory from school has to be winning the egg and spoon race.

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  41. I loved maths, our teacher was amazing and made it so simple

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  42. My favourite memory of school was getting to look after the science room pets and at the time there was some baby rabbits too, loved it!

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  43. Playing netball with all my friends.

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  44. When the teacher was ill & we had to do work in school hall, winding each other up with paper planes

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  45. Art classes, i loved art and our teacher was the best xx

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  46. The big red bus in reception class!

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  47. A fire engine came to visit one afternoon at middle school @kleesical

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  48. Biology lessons where we got to dissect various organs!

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  49. Our school trips!

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  50. My favourite memory was from my design class, not only did we get to be creative but he let us listen to the radio as we worked.

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  51. Primary School Christmas party

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  52. taking the school hamster home for the xmas holidays and it getting into my younger sisters playhouse, there was a small hole where it got and we couldnt get it out. he finally came out after a few hours.

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  53. Don't actually have good memories of school :( There is only one I can think of which is when I receive an A in English for Shakespeare. Still don't know how!

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  54. I remember having the best friend ever from ages 4-5 but she left to go to Australia. We had such fun and I still have great memories even from that young age. I always wonder what became of her

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  55. We used to have a very big skipping rope that we would take turns to skip in

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  56. I loved R.E - my teacher was so kind and made the lessons lots of fun`

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  57. My favorite memories of school are of my friends and the school trips we used to go on

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  58. Letts try to make learning and revision fun - for 3 points, what is your most fun memory of school? my friends and the fun we had outside pf lessons though l did enjoy school

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  59. I loved English lessons, we read so many fabulous books which are now modern classics

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  60. I loved being able to hang upside down on the metal climbing frame in the playground by my heels which only one or two of could do. Oh I wish I was that flexible now!

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  61. I remember meeting my best friend who moved to england from south Africa when I was 9

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  62. we used to have a big bell in the classroom and we would take it in turns to pull the rope to sound the bell at the end of play time and lunch - so much fun :)

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  63. I loved playing school yard games, skipping, what's the time mr wolf etc

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  64. My very favourite memory is my teacher bringing in sweet cigarettes for our class when it was her birthday :)

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  65. It has to be the school holidays

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  66. Making story books @TheChrissyComps Christopher Read

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  67. Having lots of fun with my friends especailly at playtime!

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  68. Getting into trouble with my little friend Heidi :)

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  69. I remember how to spell island, I learned it as is-land I was about 6

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  70. I used to love playing the recorder and clarinet in school

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  71. These would be fab for my secondary school children x

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  72. I can recall that in primary school we would get a turn to take class pencils to be sharpened . This would be a treat as we were fascinated by the electric pencil sharpener. Also the electric sharpener was in the secretary's office, which was next to the Headmaster's office. So we knew we were trusted and respected when we would be given the task. If anyone misbehaved they would miss out in a turn of this responsible task.

    Rachel Craig

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  73. I loved PE and was a good all rounder and one of the fastest in my year

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  74. I went to school in South Africa, and once a year in Primary school we had a special day where we could wear our own clothes and the school hall was turned into a cinema for the day! That day, was also the day the Coca Cola van would arrive at lunchtime and every child received a glass bottle of coke and a straw! We used to look forward to this day all year!

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  75. Milk and biscuits at break time, in real glass bottles that had cream on the top :-)

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  76. School journey in the 4th year of primary.

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  77. we lived in a rural area and i can always remember making butter and patting it into shape with wooden butter pats

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  78. i loved the sports days as i used to always win all the races and go home with rosettes medals and trophies..went on to be an athlete and trampolinist ..ahh the good ol days lol :)

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  79. Residentials where always fun with friends

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  80. Pretending tombe ballerenas at play time

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  81. I remember having loads of fun at breaks and lunch etc just messing about like kids do.

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  82. Tea breaks and chats with my friends :)

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  83. Oh it has to be my p7 teacher. She knew the abuse I was going through at home and made sure the right people knew and got me help.

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  84. when the teacher didn't turn up for our Geography lesson. How she didn't hear us -or any other teacher for that matter. She came in all flustered with 5 minutes of the lesson left!!!

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