English Grammar Made Fun

Learn about English grammar in a fun way, using interactive online resources, including exercises, projects and games, all of which can be projected onto an interactive whiteboard.

The resources are authentic, engaging and dynamic, meaning they can be used over again with newly generated examples.

Written by Experts, Made at UCL

Englicious is created by leading experts in English grammar. There are hundreds of free resources which are mapped to the National Curriculum from primary to sixth-form.

Englicious is brought to you by the Survey of English Usage, a world-leading research unit at University College London.

Perfect for Students & Teachers

Englicious is closely tailored to the linguistic content of 2014 National Curriculum for England. There are hundreds of fully prepared lesson plans, including everything from bite-sized starters to larger projects, for use in the classroom.

Watch Englicious in the Classroom

This short 6 minute film introduces Englicious for primary schools.

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We run half-day intensive online CPD courses for teachers on Zoom.

Both course are also now available on FutureLearn, where you can learn at your own pace.

Read our blog

GRAMMARIANISM is a blog about English Grammar written for school teachers by Prof Bas Aarts.

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New mini Grammar Explainer podcasts from Englicious.

How to Teach Grammar (Book)

The book How to Teach Grammar by Bas Aarts, Ian Cushing and Richard Hudson is written for school teachers.

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