• How do I Return My Order?

    If you wish to return an order you will need to do within the specified period on the invoice. To return the collection then please follow the simple instructions below: 1. Please phone 01553 816 060 quoting your account number and invoice number, these can be found on your invoice. 2. You will need to ensure that all books are inside the box along with your invoice. If you are unable to locate the invoice, please enclose a compliment slip with your school details. 3. Please securely seal the box, making sure that our address (below) is clearly visible on the outside and ensure the order is available at your designated delivery/collection point. If two boxes were received taped together, please ensure they are still taped together. Our courier will then collect the box from you within 1 to 5 working days. Returns Address Badger Learning Returns Dept. Oldmedow Road Hardwick Industrial Estate Kings Lynn Norfolk PE30 4JJ Please note; • All goods are supplied by Badger Learning on 28-day approval from despatch of goods. • If you wish to return your goods to us please notify us, within this period, stating the reason why you wish to return them. We will issue a Returns authorisation number which should be quoted on an inserted document and upon receipt of the returned Goods a refund will be made using the original payment method used. • Refunds will not be issued for unauthorised returns. • Goods must be returned in mint condition. • Refunds will not be issued for items that have been used or damaged by The Customer. • We will not be responsible for any damage or loss in transit and recommend that you use a recorded delivery service. • In the case of digital or electronic product (Inc. eBooks), please contact us as directed above, within 7 days. If the digital or electronic product (Inc. eBooks) does not perform as described or has an error or defect, we will either provide a replacement or issue a full refund. Refunds will not be granted in situations of purchase abuse. When a refund is granted, we'll remove access to the eBook and your money will be returned.

  • How do I set up an account?

    Go to Sign in/Register at the top right of the home page and click Create an Account. Once you have filled in your details you can go ahead and place an order.

    How do I set up an account?

  • What payment method can I use?

    If you are a UK customer you can order on account provided you have one. If you do not have an account set up you can register online or contact out Customer Service Team. You can also order via credit or debit card if you are a school or a private individual. International orders are available as a proforma orders only and international orders will only be despatched on receipt of the full balance on the account including any delivery charges.

  • Can I use a Purchase Order Number?

    If you have an approved account you can order using a purchase order number that will be used to invoice you for your order.

  • How do I change my password?

    Go to Sign in/Register at the top right of the home page and look under Registered Users. You will see a Forgot Your Password? link or click here

    How do I set up an account?

  • How do I view my purchase history?

    To view your purchase history, click on My Account on the top-right of any page when you are logged in. Then click on the My Orders tab. Any orders you have placed online will be displayed in list form. Click on View Order to view a summary.

    How do I view my purchase history?

  • Can I order a catalogue?

    Yes please enter your details here and we will be happy to send one out. Alternatively, you can view our current catalogues online here

  • Can I see sample pages of your titles?

    We hold sample pages on many titles and you can view these online by browsing to the collection or title and looking for the Look Inside tab on the image.
    If you are unable to see the sample pages you require, our Customer Service Team will be happy to help.

    Can I see sample pages of your titles?

  • Do you provide Accelerated Reader™ labels?

    We do provide Accelerated Reader™ labels free of charge with orders for Accelerated Reader Collections. We supply labels on a sheet ready for you to place on the books.

  • Do you provide Book Band Stickers?

    Some products (such as our popular Mixed Banded Boxes) include book band stickers free of charge. Please see the product details to check if they are included. We also offer Book Band Sticker for sales in our Banded Accessories range.

  • Do you provide Protective Book Jackets?

    All reading scheme and guided reading books are supplied fitted with free protective jackets. We do not sell protective book jackets separately.

  • Do you charge VAT?

    If you have purchased a product with an eBook PDF resource that is supplied on CD you will have been charged VAT (at the current rate) for the value of the CD resource. Books and downloadable products are exempt from VAT but books on CD incur VAT under UK law.

  • What is the delivery period for an order?

    Our standard delivery period is five working days for UK orders. We aim to deliver international orders within 10 working days. Occasionally orders may take longer if some of the titles in a collection are out of stock and are unavailable at the publisher. If this is the case, we will contact you to inform you of the situation and give you the option to part-ship your order and send the remaining part free of charge as soon as it is available. We will ensure we keep you informed at every stage of the process.

  • What are your delivery charges?

    Delivery for orders over £25 is free in the UK Mainland, and £2.95 for orders under £25. For other areas please see our delivery charges here.

  • Are your services impacted by COVID restrictions?

    We are continuing to operate during the pandemic, following government guidelines on social distancing, increased hygiene and allowing staff to work from home where possible. We are further following CILIP guidelines on quarantining books prior to despatch, which may impact on your delivery times.

  • What’s the best reading scheme for my school?

    We know that a new reading scheme is a significant investment for any school, and teachers will want to ensure the books they buy are just right for the school's needs over the next few years.

    Key educational publishers such as Collins, Oxford and Pearson offer a range of reading schemes from professional literacy experts, authors and editors but which is right for your school? Read our full guide to reading schemes here.

  • What are the best phonics resources for my school?

    There is so much information out there regarding phonics that the task of wading through it all can feel insurmountable. So, we have collated some FAQ answers and framework explanations here.

  • What is Accelerated Reader™?

    Accelerated Reader™ (AR) is a whole class management and monitoring programme that aims to foster independent reading in primary and secondary school pupils. It is currently the most popular reading practice software in UK schools. Developed by Renaissance Learning, it allows teachers to monitor the reading development and practices of their pupils, and provides tools to quickly ascertain their reading level, reading age and comprehension level. Read more…

  • What are Book Bands?

    Book bands are a popular way of grading books by difficulty level. Each level has its own colour and can be used for reading scheme books and ‘real’ books. This helps teachers to easily discover books that meet the needs of individual pupils whilst bringing variety and breadth to children’s reading diets and helping children to get the most out of reading for pleasure. Read more…

  • What is Guided Reading?

    Guided reading was first introduced in the late nineties and continues to be one of the most popular ways of teaching reading at primary level. It describes the practice of teaching pupils reading skills working in small groups differentiated by ability. Guided reading sessions are mainly focused on developing comprehension skills. Read more…