The government guidance sets out that schools must use their PE and Sport Premium to develop or add to the PE, physical activity and sports activities already provided by the school. It should build the schools capacity and capability so that improvements will benefit both the pupils currently attending and […]
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Break time and lunchtime are many children’s (and teachers’) favourite time of the school day. Children have the chance to eat, take a break and spend time with friends. They also provide the perfect opportunity to engage children in fun, physical activities that contribute towards their recommended 60 minutes of […]
These felt flowers are perfect for Mother’s Day. Simple to craft, easily differentiated and a number of ways to finish them off.
World Book Day has been around for 23 years now. It is a registered charity on an important mission to give every child and young person a book of their own. It’s also a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and most importantly, a celebration of reading.
Here are a few ideas to help you celebrate the occasion in your school or setting.
With all the excitement of Christmas behind us, January can fell a little bit dry. Why not take the opportunity to explore other cultural holidays within your setting?
A big part of Chinese New Year is the Chinese Dragon which is a symbol of China, and is an important part of Chinese culture. So why not create your very own in the classroom from just £11.49.
These Christmas Tree Boxes are great for a “make and take” class activity. KS2 children will love giving them as gifts with special treats inside such as sweets or chocolate.
Following on from the stress in teacher’s blog, Mr Brooker talks about stress in pupils.
Did you know 1 in 8 children have a diagnosable mental health disorder – that’s roughly 3 children in every classroom?