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How to Teach Art if You’re Not ‘Arty’

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A primary school employs a secondary art teacher to boost skills

Learning Goals

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A link between school and football club is scoring goals The City Academy, Bristol opened in September 2003, replaced St George Community College. This specialist sports college caters for 11-18 year olds and has a c...

Starting Off with Fractions

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A fun way to introduce simple fractions to KS2/3 pupils Maths expert Wendy Fortescue-Hubbard looks at simple ways to start teaching fractions. Become the pupil as she uses chocolate to illustrate the concent of one w...

Tips for Better Digital Photography

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A professional photograher offer tips to teachers and pupils A professional photographer offers advice on how to get the best from your compact camera in school. Photography is no longer reserved for the school prosp...

Pi in the Kitchen

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Kitchen equipment helps KS2/3 pupils understand circles and Pi Mathagony Aunt, Wendy Fortescue-Hubbard has lots to say about circles. Using her kitchen as her classroom, Wendy offers straightforward advice on helpin...

Reading Buddies

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How a business volunteer reading scheme can benefit children Can business volunteers with no teaching experience really help young children with their reading? Barton Hill Infant and Nursery School in Bristol have be...

Marvellous Medicine

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A visit by a primary school to the Roald Dahl Gallery An inspiring example of the benefits of building a long-term relationship with a gallery, in this case The Roald Dahl Children's Galllery Liza Craggs has been bri...

Epic Inspiration

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A cultural learning project exploring epic tales Inside Story is a trial project which celebrates the use of ancient texts in the classroom. The British Library has teamed up with three primary schools in Yorkshire t...

Back to Nature

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How one school benefits from its work with the National Trust Pupils from a school in Dorset are taking part in a Guardianship Scheme which involves them building up an ongoing relationship with a local National Trus...

Local Landmark

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Year 5 pupils make the most of nearby Pendennis Castle Year five pupils from a primary school in Cornwall are making the most of a local landmark to kick start a project about the Tudors. King Charles Primary School ...

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