Young Carers Awareness Day 2020

Young Carers Awareness Day 2020
Today marks Young Carers Awareness Day, an annual event led by Carers Trust. This day is committed to raising awareness of the challenges faced by thousands of young people in the UK who help to look after a family member. Read More...

GCSE Timetable For Schools And Teachers

GCSE Timetable For Schools And Teachers
Teachers and other education staff throughout the UK will be preparing their students for the summer GCSE exams. Depending on which examination board your school is using, you can access a downloadable and printable version of each timetable. We have collated information within one location to assist you with your planning, teaching, exam revision and key dates for your students. Read More...

Creating The Schools Our Children Need

Creating The Schools Our Children Need
The need to improve educational achievement has been recognised for many years yet most reforms proposed in the past have been ineffective and sometimes counterproductive. It appears that when both the costs and the potential impacts on student achievement are examined, two changes seem to produce the greatest improvement for the least cost: a knowledge-rich curriculum and improving teacher capacity. Read More...

Free E-Learning Tools

Free E-Learning Tools
Teachers want kids to feel excited and motivated when they come to school, and as the classroom evolves new expenses and technologies arise – which can make keeping your classroom stocked with the newest e-learning tools an expensive challenge. Help your students leap into the digital age with these free resources! Read More...

Challenge Yourself To Go Vegan For 31 Days

Challenge Yourself To Go Vegan For 31 Days
As we enter a new decade, it’s the perfect excuse for starting a new way of living. If you’re looking for ways to improve your health or want to make a difference to our environment and animals, why not start with our sweet and savoury recipes? Read More...

8 Top Tips for Cooking the Perfect Christmas Dinner

8 Top Tips for Cooking the Perfect Christmas Dinner
Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse… it’s a glorious evening to unwind before the manic mayhem of Christmas morning. The candles are lit, the stockings are hung, the fire is burning and suddenly you remember it’s your turn to host this year! Read More...

3 Christmas Classroom Activities

3 Christmas Classroom Activities
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! With the promise of the Christmas holidays arriving soon, excitement and festive cheer is spreading throughout Kent’s schools. If you’re looking for some festive activities for your class over the last few weeks of term, here are 3 ideas your students are bound to enjoy! Read More...

3 No Bake Christmas Recipes for Kids

3 No Bake Christmas Recipes for Kids
If life seems stressful or dreary, we must remember that Christmas is a time for family and friends. Take the time to embrace the Christmas break and remember to make memories that everyone will be able to look back on with joy. Read More...

3 Handmade Christmas Chocolate Gifts

3 Handmade Christmas Chocolate Gifts
It’s the time of year to indulge in mouth-watering treats and celebrate giving. Why not collaborate the two and make some edible chocolatey Christmas gifts at home? There is no need to go shopping when you can add a little bit of Christmas spirit and love into your own scrumptious goodies. Read More...

3 Creative Autumn Classroom Activities

3 Creative Autumn Classroom Activities
There is plenty of creative inspiration outside at this time of year, from the leaves changing colour to a blanket of frost appearing on the grass in the mornings. Why not bring the magic inside the classroom with these 3 creative autumn activities ideas? Read More...
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