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First Prehistory workshop

We had our first pilot last week of our ‘Mystery of Prehistory’ KS2 workshop. The children really enjoyed themselves and learnt a lot about the changes during the prehistoric period. 87 more words

Monday Week 3

We were all back in faculty today. It was nice to have a bit of a break from being super professional all the time and it was lovely to see everyone on my course and see how their induction weeks had gone. 725 more words


Using the Local Environment

I want to preface this with the comment that planning like this really depends on what you have around in your locality.  Many years ago I lived in York, a city stuffed with historical buildings.   2,027 more words

Context For Learning

David Cameron joins calls for promoting ‘British values’ in schools #MagnaCarta #BritishValues

by The Oslo Desk.
A failure to promote ‘British values’ in a muscular way is allowing extremism to grow in the UK, David Cameron has said. 507 more words


Recent Investment!

Recently I decided to invest in a variety of teaching books to prepare me for my journey into a career in education! Here’s my friday night reading!

Thursday 11th September: Tutoring Session with Romana

Romana is a 7 year old girl who I’ve recently started tutoring in KS2 Maths. She has just started her first term of year three and so far seems to be enjoying it which is excellent! 294 more words

Lest we Forget # 2

For me the most enjoyable modules we deliver on the English curriculum are the poetry ones because they’re a good way for students to play around with language and begin understanding inference not to mention the techniques they will need to espouse for their exams. 315 more words