Yet more virtual ‘amazing Amazon adventures’ for pupils and teachers!

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Click on the web-link below to view our latest promotional movie clip: Promo_sept Following the success and very positive feedback from previous multi-schools and single-school events, e.g.  https://create2inspire.co.uk/2021/05/20/time-to-explore-again-lets-go-on-an-amazing-amazon-adventure/ and https://create2inspire.co.uk/2021/07/02/one-more-trip-to-the-amazon-this-academic-year/, we shall be offering further virtual ‘amazing Amazon adventures’ to Upper Key Stage 2 teachers and their pupils throughout the next academic year. Our next multi-schools events will take place from 9.00 am to 3.00 pm on Wednesday 13th and Wednesday 3rd November …

Fancy joining us on our next virtual trip to the Amazon?

Dates for 2021-2022 just released!

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Click on the link below to view our short promotional movie-clip: Promo_sept Following the success and very positive feedback from previous multi-schools and single-school events, e.g.  https://create2inspire.co.uk/2021/05/20/time-to-explore-again-lets-go-on-an-amazing-amazon-adventure/ and https://create2inspire.co.uk/2021/07/02/one-more-trip-to-the-amazon-this-academic-year/, we shall be offering further virtual ‘amazing Amazon adventures’ to Upper Key Stage 2 teachers and their pupils throughout the next academic year. Our next multi-schools event will take place from 9.00 am to 3.00 pm on Wednesday 29th …

A great way to spend a Friday afternoon in lockdown 3! (Primary Humanities Network meeting – Term 4)

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It was lovely to see, albeit virtually, many familiar faces, as well as a few new ones, this afternoon.  We were also fortunate to be joined by Glenn Carter, the man behind History Rocks (https://www.history-rocks.com/). After welcoming everyone, I outlined the aims and structure of the meeting, namely: As there was so much to get through during the meeting, I …

Regional Primary Geography Conference (Bowden Hall Hotel Gloucestershire)

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Well, it was time for David Weatherly to return to Gloucestershire for his annual Regional Primary Geography Conference (www.davidweatherlyeducation.co.uk).  David is a School Improvement Adviser and an accomplished teacher with an international reputation as an inspiring trainer. Whether working in schools or at CPD events, he always models practical and achievable approaches to improving engagement and outcomes of pupils. He …

CPD workshop (Let’s go on an awesome, Arctic adventure), Clifton High School, Bristol, (in conjunction with Wicked Weather Watch)

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Today, it was off to a new school for me … the lovely Clifton High School in Bristol. My remit was to deliver a CPD workshop for local teachers to showcase some of the high-quality resources that have been created, recent multi- and single-school events that have taken place and future opportunities that are available in conjunction with the Wiltshire-based …

Primary Humanities Subject Leaders’ Network meeting, Gloucester Farmers’ Club

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It was, once again, time for our next Primary Humanities Subject Leaders’ Network meeting (we are aiming to meet once a term/six times per academic year and managing to do so pretty well to date)!  The theme for today’s meeting was ‘Planning a cross-curricular themed day or week (taking into account the revised Ofsted Inspection Framework)’, very topical bearing in …

Primary Humanities Subject Leaders’ Network: Come and join us!

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‘Lots to think about and investigate!’ ‘Helpful; resourceful; inspiring; motivating; challenging.’ ‘Useful list of resources.  Better knowledge of curriculum skills.’ ‘Great to be able to share ideas with others.’ ‘It provided me with the time to look at resources and talk to others.  We rarely get this in school.’ ‘Smart use of time.’ ‘Useful, informative and friendly.  Good network opportunity.’ …

Arctic Adventure Climate Change Day, Tom Roberts Adventure Centre (TRAC), Newent, Gloucestershire

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Well, it was back to the Tom Roberts Adventure Centre (TRAC) today;  this time for an exciting, multi-schools, cross-curricular event organised by the Wiltshire-based charity, Wicked Weather Watch (WWW) (https://wickedweatherwatch.org.uk/), rather than our termly Primary Humanities Subject Leaders’ Network meeting (although it was lovely to see a few of our group members here with their pupils and supporting colleagues too). …