• Each day is fulfilled with different activities and subjects to learn and develop your knowledge  in.
  • It’s a place where you can make friends for life
  • It’s a place where you can play and learn.
  • Has a library where you can read many different stories
  • You get to go on field trips to different places

School can be Cool is a compilation of five short fun inspirational stories of different children’s experiences of school, the challenges they face and how they overcome them. The age range of the book is between 6-9 years. The subtitles to the book are as follows

  • Rashida's first day in a new school - Rashida has moved from Kenya to Manchester and is nervous of starting a new school in a different country;
  • Happy to be you - Jodie wishes she could be like her best friend Gretchen as Gretchen is popular in school;
  • Practice makes perfect - Tom always comes last in sports and wishes he could miss school on Tuesdays and Thursdays just so he can avoid doing sports;
  • Don't judge a book by its cover - Milly, Peter and Leah are all very different from each other. They never talk to each other and do not even want to. They are teamed up by their drama teacher Mrs. Clark to produce a play.How will they get along; and
  • Friday the 13th - Gemma who was led to believe that Friday the 13th is the day of bad luck; but Gemma’s luck proves different.


**There are questions at the back of the books for the teachers and parents to use to help the children learn from each of the stories in the book and relate it to their own experience of school**

School can be Cool is a compilation of five short fun inspirational stories of different children’s experiences of school, the challenges they face and how they overcome them. The age range of the book is between 6-9 years. The subtitles to the book are as follows

  • Rashida's first day in a new school - Rashida has moved from Kenya to Manchester and is nervous of starting a new school in a different country;
  • Happy to be you - Jodie wishes she could be like her best friend Gretchen as Gretchen is popular in school;
  • Practice makes perfect - Tom always comes last in sports and wishes he could miss school on Tuesdays and Thursdays just so he can avoid doing sports;
  • Don't judge a book by its cover - Milly, Peter and Leah are all very different from each other. They never talk to each other and do not even want to. They are teamed up by their drama teacher Mrs. Clark to produce a play.How will they get along; and 
  • Friday the 13th - Gemma who was led to believe that Friday the 13th is the day of bad luck; but Gemma’s luck proves different

Why school can be cool

  • It’s a place where you can make friends for life
  • It’s a place where you can play and learn.
  • Has a library where you can read many different stories
  • You get to go on field trips to different places

 **There are questions at the back of the books for the teachers and parents to use to help the children learn from each of the stories in the book and relate it to their own experience of school**