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


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) (, 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). …

Primary Humanities Subject Leaders Network meeting, Tom Roberts Adventure Centre (TRAC), Newent, Gloucestershire


This time, it was a slightly upmarket meeting spot for us due to sponsorship from TUI UK (  Usually, a local school offers to host a meeting, but this time we were able to venture to a more spacious venue, with ample parking and no interruptions from children, colleagues or parents/carers (TRAC – Tom Roberts Adventure Centre, near Newent in …

India-themed workshop, Abbeymead Primary School, Gloucester


Well, it was off to Abbeymead Primary School in Gloucester today for my final pupil workshop for this academic year.  The theme for the day was ‘India’ and, due to the school using their Global Learning Programme e-credits to fund the event, there was also an element of CPD for staff to deliver (in the form of a working lunch). …

Another ‘awesome, Arctic adventure’!


Due to continued interest and demand from local schools and further funding available from Wiltshire-based charity, Wicked Weather Watch (, it was decided to hold yet another ‘awesome, Arctic adventure’ event just before the end of Term 3.  High School for Girls (HSfG) (, one of the grammar schools located in the centre of Gloucester, very kindly offered to host …

‘Let’s go an awesome, Arctic adventure’, Wicked Weather Watch (WWW) and The Crypt Teaching School, Gloucester


 Yes, it was off to the Arctic again, but this time in much more challenging circumstances, with 90+ pupils and their teachers and TAs from seven, very different, local primary schools.  The Crypt Teaching School very kindly offered to host the event and I was well supported by my usual contingent from the charity, Wicked Weather Watch, and highly competent …

‘Let’s go on an awesome, Arctic adventure!’ (yet again)

Longney C of E Primary Academy, Gloucestershire


I was really looking forward to visiting Longney C of E Primary Academy again on Friday 29th September 2017.  Over the years, I have had much contact with staff and pupils at the school, whether it be supporting their former Geography Subject Leader with curriculum development, fieldwork/’taking learning outside the classroom’, Frederick Soddy Trust Award and Primary Geography Quality Mark …

Let’s go on an awesome, Arctic adventure!

Abbey Park Middle School, Pershore, Worcestershire

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Well, today, I was back with my partner in crime, Sarah Shaw, for an awesome, Arctic adventure, but this time at Abbey Park Middle School in Pershore, Worcestershire.  Melanie Hirst, a Year 6 teacher and Geography Subject Leader at the school, had attended a CPD workshop that I delivered last March and, subsequently, signed up to the Global Learning Programme (GLP). …

Global Learning Programme (GLP) KS2-KS3 transition project

Cirencester Deer Park School (CDPS), Gloucestershire


Today, I set off rather early for Cirencester Deep Park School (CDPS) in order to deliver a whole day’s workshop, centred around the Arctic, to nearly 70, Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 pupils and accompanying members of staff.  The secondary school had kindly offered to host the event and their Year 8 selected ‘ambassadors’ warmly greeted youngsters and …