Brain Academy Quests Mission File 3 by


Brain Academy Quests Mission File 3 by

A series of cross-curricular project books for primary aged children. Huxley, Echo, Buster Crimes and the Brain Academy team feature in a series that stretches the minds of more able children through thought-provoking projects.


Brain Academy is an excellent resource for able children and for teachers. It has the right level of challenges, the characters and the presentation are fun and the humour will really be appreciated by the able learner. Sue Mordecal, Principal Adviser, Bromley LEA The children really enjoy the challenges and love the cartoons and layout of the books. The problems really make them think and they are pitched at just the right level. They are a real success... Gillian West, Gifted and Talented Coordinator, Park Primary, Aldershot

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1st November 2005



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