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Latest Blog Posts

  • It’s Different for Boys!

    Boys 2

    In March Childline launched a new campaign called ‘Tough to Talk’, backed by Wayne Rooney. The aim is to encourage boys to seek help for issues and problems. In 2015/16, Childline provided six times more counselling sessions about suicidal thoughts and feelings to girls than for boys. But the suicide rate for 10–19 year-old boys was 4.4 that year, almost 2.5 times that for girls.

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  • 'A Tale Unfolds' at the LitFilm Fest!

    LitFilm Fest

    Now we’re living in the digital age of YouTube and award-winning feature films shot on iPhones, filmmaking has never been more accessible. So why aren’t we using it more in our classrooms?

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  • Assessment without levels – Challenge and opportunity!


    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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