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RESOURCE: The irresistible classroom

A free resource offering ideas and inspiration for getting the learning environment right?in reception and key stage 1 classes has been published.


SPONSORED PRODUCT: Primary Curriculum Design Solutions

Dimensions Curriculum 2014 is now available and is already creating success stories. We have some great new innovative ideas and practical resources as part of our new model, which fully meets the requirements of the 2014 curriculum, to help schools really inspire pupils and develop their love of ...




SPONSORED PRODUCT: Inside2Outside

There are many canopy companies in the UK but few compare to us in terms of longevity and versatility, standards of engineering, visual appeal and customer service.


SPONSORED PRODUCT: Primary Curriculum Design Solutions

Dimensions Curriculum 2014 is now available and is already creating success stories. We have some great new innovative ideas and practical resources as part of our new model, which fully meets the requirements of the 2014 curriculum, to help schools really inspire pupils and develop their love of ...




SPONSORED PRODUCT: Greenroof shelters

The value of access to the natural environment in early years learning is widely acknowledged. For schools with very little outside space, providing pupils with sufficient opportunity for outdoor learning can be very challenging.



SPONSORED PRODUCT: Outdoor learning with shade and shelter

Brookham School in Surrey wanted an outdoor classroom and teaching area where the children could also play and learn at break times. Shade was required to protect children from the sun’s UV and prevent them from getting wet in the rain. The school also had a need for lockable storage for playground ...


BOOK REVIEW: Achievement for All

This book is both informative and well-structured; outlining the Achievement for All (AFA) programme in a very clear way from vision to practical outworking.





RESOURCE: Dementia Awareness

A resource pack to teach school children about dementia has been launched. It is the culmination of a project that has seen 22 primary and secondary schools introduce the theme of dementia into their curriculums and which has reached more than 2,000 children.


BOOK REVIEW: Teacher Proof

This is a great book and a must-read for any teacher who has endured the last decade or so of very expensive courses run by well-meaning educationalists, who have either never taught a lesson in their lives, or have taken the first opportunity to escape the classroom.


RESOURCE: Uniform guidance

New government guidance has been published for schools looking to “develop or change” their uniform policy. The new document places greater emphasis on securing value for money for parents around school uniforms.



BOOK REVIEW: Active Writers: Year 3

With raising standards in writing often at the forefront of many discussions in education, new resources designed to help children become more confident writers are always welcome.


RESOURCE: Equality guidance

Guidance to help schools protect their pupils from discrimination and to promote equality have been published. The Equality and Human Rights Commission has issued its Schools Technical Guidance, outlining the requirements that schools must meet under the Equality Act 2010.


SPONSORED SERVICE: Scout Activity Centres

Do something different with Scout Activity Centres. The thrill of being away from home, the anticipation of the midnight feast and the sheer adrenaline of new experiences. Overnight residentials rank among the most potent and positive memories of school.


SPONSORED PRODUCT: Imagination Playground

The pupils of Riverbridge Primary School in Staines, Surrey, have been with us since the “birth” of Imagination Playground in the UK. First, by trialling the product for us, then almost a year later when they attended the UK launch event, and shortly after, becoming the proud owners of their own ...

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