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Latest Blog Posts

  • Short, sharp bursts of exercise

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    If we want to protect the physical and mental health of future generations, we must ensure that primary-age pupils have regular opportunities for exercise throughout the school day.

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  • Communicating Science Ideas to Young Learners: Five Top Tips

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    It’s vital that we engage young learners with scientific ideas, but it can be challenging to balance this with other demands of the curriculum as well as financial pressure on resources. With that in mind, here are five quick and easy ways to start communicating science ideas in your primary school.

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  • Teaching creativity in the modern world

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    In a world defined by instant gratification, parents and teachers are rightly concerned about how much time children spend using their innate creativity. What can teachers do to ensure their pupils are getting enough time – both structured and unstructured – for creativity in school?

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