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Brilliant Publications publishes books and other resources to support teachers and pupils aged 3-14. ‘We publish for most areas of the curriculum, but specialise in English, modern foreign languages, maths and PSHE,’ said publisher Priscilla Hannaford.

Brilliant Publications was founded in 1993 as a partnership between Priscilla and Irene Yates. ‘I trained as a teacher, but had worked for many years in publishing (for Pergamon Press, Scholastic, Heinemann Educational and Ladybird); Irene was a full-time primary school teacher as well as being a successful author. We saw a gap in the market for good quality photocopiable resources. We were very enthusiastic about our ideas and kept saying “that’s brilliant!”, “that’s brilliant!” – which is why the company came to be called Brilliant Publications. Irene is no longer a partner in the business (although she continues to write for us) and Brilliant Publications is now a limited company. We have expanded from producing just photocopiable resources to publishing a wide range of resources, from comprehensive schemes and audio CDs to ideas books and flashcards.’

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