FREE Blogging and Vlogging Conference!

Lots of you supported the Save the Children’s work to increase funding for vaccinations through their ‘Pass It On’ campaign. If you want to be reminded of all the work you did have a look HERE. Well, the children of Africa need our help again! Save the Children are organising a FREEconference for bloggers and vloggers to get together to learn […]

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First Day of the Holiday – heaven or hell?

If you work in education, when is the first day of your summer holiday? Is the next day, whether it is the week-end or not, or is it the first day without WORK? I picked up a conversation on Twitter over the week-end between two folk who were really struggling to find equilibrium.  They both felt strange, disconnected and ‘odd’. […]

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Holiday ‘To Do’ List!

When I was teaching, I started to compile it around the beginning of July so by the time the holiday arrived it was about the length of a small roll of Andrex! Among the items that regularly appeared on the summer holiday  ‘to do’ list in no particular order would be: School Development Plan Timetables for next year Review of […]

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Once Upon A Wartime

Once Upon a Wartime is an amazing exhibition that all children should see. The theme is naturally ‘War’ but it has been developed around five popular books for children. Each of the books has been given its own life-size setting that has interactive features for both children and adults. At grown-up eye level you have videos, letters and objects whilst […]

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