A-Level Dilemma

Let’s face it this corona-19 virus has disrupted so many people’s lives and had such an impact on education. It is the current year 10 and 12s I really feel for though because it doesn’t look like any allowances are being made to their exams to account for the fact that they haven’t had the … Read more

BBC Bitesize Daily: Providing Virtual Learning in the UK for the Summer Term

PRESS RELEASE School’s Out but Learning’s Not! The BBC are opening the doors to the biggest ever education offering: BBC Bitesize Daily launches Monday 20 April across BBC iPlayer, Red Button and online at www.bbc.co.uk/Bitesize to ensure that kids across the UK have access to curriculum supported learning for the summer term, working closely with … Read more

Young, Fearless, Awesome – 25 Young People Who Changed the World

I received a copy for review Children will learn best when they are motivated to do so. That’s why their passions need to be discovered and they need to be inspired that they can achieve. Young, Fearless, Awesome – 25 Young People Who Changed the World is a book containing the stories of children who … Read more

Art Inspiration

Art is all around us, and with its many different formats then there is sure to be something to suit everyone. Whether this simply drawing a picture with pencil and paper, or experimenting with different media (paint/charcoal/pastels, etc.), taking photographs, building sculptures (from paper, wire, clay, LEGO), origami, cross-stitch, fashion, make-up/face paint/body art, needle felt … Read more

Rugby with the School

Our son has become very passionate about playing rugby since playing for the first time with the school and it all feels like it happened very quickly. I for one knew absolutely nothing about rugby but this is what I have encountered so far. Rugby boots are not the same as football boots One minute … Read more