Power English: Writing

Make every child a writer 

The creative writing approach to help your children grow as writers, write for pleasure and meet age related expectations. 

Power English: Writing is a new, dynamic KS2 writing approach, which is genre-focused and encourages children to develop writing using their own interests and ideas. 

Using an evidence-based process which can be applied to all writing, Power English places a strong emphasis on creativity alongside the the technical aspects of writing. 


Make every child a writer - book a demo in your school to find out more. 

What’s in Power English?

Power English Writing teaching guide and genre booklet covers


Power English: Writing is a structured writing approach which follows a proven pedagogical cycle. It covers Key Stage 2, and includes materials to produce at least nine class writing projects per year.

  • Teaching Guides for each year group containing a comprehensive bank of mini-lessons with advice for classroom implementation and an introduction to the process writing pedagogy. 
  • Resources, including Lesson Plans, Genre Booklets and Writing Tips & Tricks Cards.
  • An online interactive planning tool that allows you to plan and flex your teaching according to the needs of your class.

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How it works

Created to deliver the English national curriculum and to build a culture of writing for pleasure in your school, the Power English: Writing package gives you flexible planning supported by high quality resources.

Including both print and digital, the genre-focused resources and activites will help your chuildren raise their attainment and interest in writing. 

The unique interactive planner allows you to choose which lessons you teach, in which order, while showing you curriculum coverage. 


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Who are the series creators?

Phil Ferguson and Ross Young are national and writing representatives for the UKLA (United Kingdom Literacy Association). They are both committed writer-teachers: teachers who write and writers who teach.

power-english-writing-author-rossRoss Young

"I am a primary school teacher with ten years’ experience. When I was young, I didn’t realise that the written word was for me to use or enjoy. I was never told I was a writer.

"I want the children in my class to have a different experience."



Phil Ferguson

"I have worked in both the maintained and the independent sectors as SENCO and Deputy Head."

"I had a drive to write from a very early age. It’s my ambition for every child to gain as much pleasure and empowerment from writing as I did."


Does Power English: Writing only cover KS2?
Yes. Power English: Writing covers KS2 only, from Year 3 through to Year 6.
Can I buy packages online?
Yes, you can buy Power English: Writing print and digital product and Professional Development online.
I don't want to commit to an entire package, can I buy single books?

​Power English: Writing is a blended package with resources online and in print which are essential for developing and nurturing your children to become lifelong writers. We would recommend purchasing the full blended package as using small parts of the programme in isolation may not deliver the best outcomes.

Do I need to buy the professional development course?


The professional development course is compulsory when purchasing Power English: Writing, as they help to train you and your colleagues in how best to use each component of the programme.

Do I need to buy both print and digital components?


The digital subscription gives you access to the pupil-facing genre booklets, as well as front-of-class whiteboard resources. The printed teacher guides contain all lesson plans, photocopiables, and a wealth of helpful guidance about getting the most out of the programme.


Next steps

Now you know a little about Power English: Writing, why not take a look at our free sample pack?

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