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Latest Blog Posts

  • Assessment without levels – Challenge and opportunity!

    Assessment

    Probably like many other experienced Key Stage 1 teachers, I had reached a point in my career where assessment was almost second nature. I could look at a piece of writing and quickly and confidently judge it as a Level 2b, 1a or 3.

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  • Inspire students with World Creative Writing Month!

    Night Zoo Keeper

    This March, Night Zookeeper - an education technology website that gamifies writing (www.nightzookeeper.com), will host their third annual World Creative Writing Month. This March, Night Zookeeper - an education technology website that gamifies writing (www.nightzookeeper.com), will host their third annual World Creative Writing Month. This is a global writing competition that invites classrooms of children from around the world to write as many stories as they can. It features a Blue Peter style totaliser where children can watch the number of words tick up!

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  • "Personalising Provision using Google Classroom" by Ben Cornford

    Google classroom

    The great debate rages on, how do we ensure that the pace of improvement and the pace of learning are rapid and sustained in our classrooms, for all children.

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