In our seminar this week we continued to look at computing in the national curriculum, this time focusing coding and programming in Key Stage 2. 161 more words
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There is much scope for adopting Harpendore’s new Arabian Nights Adventures books in primary schools.
As fans of the classic Arabian Nights tales know, these stories take place in a sweeping variety of settings – from North Africa to Turkey, Baghdad to Cairo, Greece to Damascus, India, Basra, China and Persia. 401 more words
Primary Science is a great new addition to our education category for KS1 & KS2 Science (5-11 year olds) and although designed for the schools market, it is very suitable for home education. 441 more words
Today I have lead an ‘Act of Worship’ in the Church of England VA Junior School of the parish I serve. It has to be based on the Christian faith, but today’s brief is to link 579 more words
Broadcaster: BBC 2
Review by: Georgina Lockton
Children of World War II is a thirty minute programme in which three people who were children in Britain during the Second World War talk about their memories to a young relative or friend. 822 more words
War Horse was written by Michael Morpurgo and was first published by Kaye and Ward Ltd in Great Britain, in 1982.
The characters in this book are: 576 more words