Having problems getting children into essential healthy habits like cleaning teeth, hand-washing, being respectful, a positive mindset or making healthy choices? Tina from Life’s Little Bugs has some help.
In her latest blog, Gemma writes about her experience in schools and the culture of kindness. Kindness is something that we often take for granted and it’s power underestimated, especially in the school environment.
In this piece, Nadine talks about not being cautious when tweaking well known techniques and instead confidently make something relevant to the class that you’re working with. In this case, the superhero – Mr VCOP
‘I write this having just sat through yet another ‘death by Powerpoint’ experience where the presenter simply read through the numerous bullets on their overloaded slides.’
Robert Lilley explains Garr Reynolds’ 7 ways to improve our slides and presentations in order to achieve ‘Presentation Zen’.
Following on from Carol’s blog on the new GCSE’s, she went along to an event where Angela Rayner, Shadow Secretary of State for Education, had been invited. She wanted to find out if there was any hope there…
Planning a piece of writing for pupils, no matter their age or ability can often be time consuming and difficult process, that very often, doesn’t tend to help make them any more ready to begin a piece writing or any more confident about crafting it effective beyond the opening – Andrew Jennings.