Tags » Key Stage 2

New Forest Show's Countryside Education Competition winners celebrate with a banquet

Year 5 and 6 pupils from Milford-On-Sea Primary School were so delighted to have won this year’s Countryside Education Competition that they picked all the fruit and vegetables in their school allotment and prepared a locally sourced feast to celebrate.  247 more words

The Plot of A Midsummer Night's Dream in 8 chuncks

Here is the plot of A Midsummer Night’s Dream broken down into 8 manageable chunks for students to work with and mess about with. We do a lot of different activities with a plot outline like this from starting with a simple Still Image for each section activity all the way to looking for lines from the text to act out an overview of the play. 441 more words

Key Stage 3


Holes is a 1998 young adult novel written by Louis Sachar and first published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux. It won the 1998 U.S.National Book Award for Young People’s Literature… 226 more words


Bea Green and the Bee Queen school visit

Yesterday I had a great afternoon doing two Bea Green workshops in my local primary school. The children were lots of fun and asked some great questions about bees and writing in general. 69 more words


The Bravest Mouse

Full House Theatre Company visited today and presented The Bravest Mouse, described as “a poignant and moving story of Timble, a little mouse who stows away in a soldier’s back pack and finds himself in the terrible trenches of World War One”. 59 more words


How do you use the LEGO brick to teach Literacy?

Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils of all abilities, whether they have little interest in writing or need to be more challenged, are able to connect with and engage in their lessons to a greater degree when they have a physical resource to inspire them. 110 more words

LEGO Education

Want to make Computing easy and fun?

The project-based activities included in the WeDo Computing Scheme of Work cover a wide range of topics in the National Curriculum for Computing at Key Stages 1 & 2, including designing, writing and debugging programmes; algorithms; sequence, selection and repetition; and input and output. 69 more words

LEGO Education