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03 Oct 2020

Supporting Pupils’ Emotional Wellbeing

Children’s mental health and wellbeing has always been an important part of school life. Teachers play a vital role in supporting their pupils’ social and emotional development. Creating a nurturing classroom environment can help children to feel confident, secure, safe and therefore ready to learn. Here are 5 ideas for […]

04 Nov 2019

How to Make a Pine Cone Squirrel

Ahhh autumn – what’s not to love? We get to dig out our cosy clothes and enjoy delicious, hand warming beverages infused with our favourite seasonal spices. Not to forget the earthy autumn air and the soothing sound of crunching leaves beneath our feet.

01 Nov 2019

How to Make a Pine Cone Hedgehog

These hedgehogs are not only fun to make for all primary school children, but they’re perfect for working younger children’s fine motor skills too.

21 Oct 2019

Do you know what 'No Pens Day We...

Did you know it’s No Pens Day Wednesday on the 13th November? No Pens Day Wednesday encourages schools and settings to put down their pens and run a day of speaking and listening activities.

18 Oct 2019

How to Make Handprint Acorns

In this blog, we’re showing how to do a fun autumn activity suitable for all ages in primary.

17 Oct 2019

How to Make a Light Up Ghost

With Halloween getting closer day by day, you don’t need to bust your budget buying new craft materials for the occasion. You only need 4 things for this activity, and we guarantee you’ll be able to locate them somewhere around your school, if not the classroom!

08 Oct 2019

How to Make Spooky Spiders for H...

This Spider Making Kit activity is perfect for upper KS2 children. It comes with all the materials you need to make a total of 10 spiders for just £7.49!

07 Oct 2019

Create a Spooktacular Skull for ...

With the spookiest season just around the corner, get your students in the spirit with this affordable 4 step Paper Mache Skull craft idea.

04 Oct 2019

The Good Fight - Square of the ...

Discussion covering the benefits of a broader, wider curriculum approach. What can we get from it and how might it benefit teaching and learning?