With bills increasing and budgets being cut, we want to help where we can!

According to a recent report in the Independent, school energy bills could increase as much as 100% over the course of the upcoming year, leading to schools having to decide whether or not to cut teaching hours significantly to save money.

With budgets being cut across the board, we want to help where we can. At BookLife, this starts with the BookLife Bonus Scheme. If you spend £300 with us on books for your school, we send an additional £75 worth of books, absolutely free! Many of these books are from our very own award-winning BookLife Publishing range! The number of free books your school receives increases with the more you spend. See the scheme below for more information.

We hope we can help schools through these trying times with not only our Bonus Scheme, but with weekly free resources, free ebooks, competitions and more.

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