FREE online distance learning courses in MFL

FREE online distance learning courses in MFL
Do you currently teach or wish to teach French or Spanish in Primary schools? Are you looking to enhance your CV and add extra dimension to your portfolio for employers? The University of Warwick’s Centre for Professional Education is offering three new FREE online distance learning courses in Modern Foreign Languages starting in November 2015, funded by the Department of Education. Read More...

Anti-Bullying Week

Anti-Bullying Week
Anti-Bullying Week is held from 16th – 20th November and is a brilliant campaign that helps raise awareness in schools and take a stand against bullying. Get involved and use the theme “make a noise about bullying” which is organised by Anti-Bullying Alliance. The following are a range of classroom resources to get your students involved and contribute to raising awareness... Read More...

8 Kind Things to Do for World Kindness Day

8 Kind Things to Do for World Kindness Day
World Kindness Day falls on the 13th November each year to celebrate and promote kindness in all its forms. It’s not too late to get involved; any kind gesture big or small can make a difference and will make you feel good too! Read our post for inspiration on random acts of kindness during lockdown. Read More...

What makes an outstanding teacher? #KTChat

What makes an outstanding teacher? #KTChat
Thank you to those who joined us on Wednesday 4th November for our #OutstandingTeacher Twitter Chat. We had current Headteachers, James Tibbles and Graham Chisnell, join us as well as retired Headteacher, Julia Skinner, and other teaching professionals, together sharing their expertise. What a brilliant session it was! Read More...

What is Hygge?

What is Hygge?
Hygge, pronounced “Hoo-ga”, is a Danish cultural concept about making homes nicer and people happier. In English it translates to “cosiness” and relates to an optimistic attitude to life, here is how you can achieve it... Read More...

World Nursery Rhyme Week

World Nursery Rhyme Week
“Literacy and Child Development experts have discovered that if a child knows eight nursery rhymes by heart by the time they are four years old, they are usually among the best readers and spellers in their class by the time they are in Year 3.” Read More...
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