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Integrating Computing and Technology into the Classroom

Integrating computing and technology into the classroom and other subject areas is I believe essential. It is not good enough to have separate lessons just for coverage of a curriculum. Technology offers many opportunities to engage children with their learning. Throughout my teaching career I have made a point of integrating technology into the classroom and […]

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Photographs for Teaching

I am a fan of using photography in the classroom as you can see from previous blogs. At times though we need good quality photographs for teaching that we haven’t taken ourselves. We all know of Google search and other photography sites such as https://www.flickr.com. However we could run into licence and image quality issues. I do have […]

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Twitter Recommendations

Lists, maybe you love them or hate them. Personally I am not very good at making them. However, today I appeared on one! Many thanks to Promethean World who listed me amongst their Twitter Recommendations here http://bit.ly/23Ox7VI I certainly appear alongside some impressive tweeters. Usually, these type of lists of recommended people always seem to have […]

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Online Continual Professional Development (CPD)

Online Continual Professional Development (CPD) We are happy to announce that we will be providing online continual professional development (CPD) for teaching staff from this summer onwards. We have been planning this move for some time as we realise that schools often find it difficult to release staff from class. Our online continual professional development […]

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Supporting the EAL child in the Primary Science Classroom

Supporting the EAL child in the Primary Science classroom requires the use of real concrete objects. Using real objects will provide more vocabulary. To get this message across I started off with the teachers gathering together all the vocabulary they could think of for a lemon. When they had done this, I then showed them a coloured […]

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