5 High-Tech activities to stop kids getting bored

5 High-tec activities

Jenny Wise has selected ‘5 High-Tech activities’ that really should stop children getting bored especially when the sun has disappeared.     Parents are hearing more and more about “screen time” and the drawbacks of kids spending too much time watching TV or using mobile devices. But during those rainy days when kids can’t go out to play, it can […]

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Great resources to support & inspire your mental health work

Resources to support & inspire your mental health work

Once again, Dr Pooky Knightsmith is sharing some great resources to support & inspire your mental health work. She is under-going some trauma therapy that is really proving tough despite being effective. She has shared a ‘bad’ day in this video to help support others in the same situation New Videos: 54321 – a simple relaxation or grounding strategy A […]

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Pre-SATs planning checklist to help the nerves!

pre-SATs planning

This pre-SATs planning checklist from Claire Lotriet can be passed on even though governors do not get involved in SATs other than maybe helping with the administration. Having a plan can help quell the nerves!     It is easy to miss the obvious things, so make sure you have these eight things covered, says this assistant headteacher   1. Read the […]

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Enter THE singing competition for primary schools

singing competition for primary schools

An exciting singing competition for primary schools is now open.  One lucky primary school in the UK will be chosen to display their singing talents to a star-studded audience this Autumn. WellChild, the national charity for seriously ill children is launching its second ‘Over the Rainbow’ annual singing competition for primary schools across the UK to see who can perform the […]

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