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20 Dec 2019

How to Make a Chinese New Year C...

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.

08 Nov 2019

The Good Fight - Stressing About...

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?

05 Nov 2019

The Good Fight - Stressed Much?

Mr Brooker talks about stress in teachers as this week heralds the arrival of National Stress Awareness day, always on the first Wednesday of November.

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?

24 Sep 2019

The Good Fight - Keeping Hands R...

Part of our ‘The Good Fight’ series, Keeping Hands Raised

Part 2: Mr Brooker asks , “Reader, can you name the year/date that Charles I was beheaded?”

20 Sep 2019

The Good Fight - Keeping Hands R...

Part of our ‘The Good Fight’ series, Keeping Hands Raised

Part 1: Mr Brooker looks at how to champion and preserve enthusiasm and a willingness to try in students.

13 Sep 2019

The Good Fight with Tom Brooker ...

Meet Tom, also known as Mr Brooker to his pupils. Over the next few months he’s going to be writing blogs on anything and everything to help you with your education journey.

07 Aug 2018

KS1: Developing Good Relationshi...

Citizenship – Developing good relationships and respecting the differences between people Resources needed: Sticks of chalk A3 pieces of coloured paper White sticker labels printed or written with positive statements such as ‘good friend’ or ‘good at sharing’ or ‘a fair person’ (at least 10 or 20 of each statement, […]

23 Dec 2016

Craft a giant dragon for Chinese...

On Chinese New Year, the ‘Dragon Dance’ is performed during the festivities which is believed to bring good luck to the community and scare away the evil spirits. The dragon is manipulated by a skilled team using poles, and it’s believed that the longer the dragon is, the more luck […]

23 Jun 2016

Exploring Emotions with LEGO®

Real life situations offer plenty of opportunities to talk about emotions, but an activity to explore emotions in more detail will allow children to practice and recognise emotions and as well as beginning to understand the reactions that could be caused by their emotions. Using the Build Me “Emotions” set by […]