‘Power Your Future’, in conjunction with WeSchool

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It was time for another collaboration with WeSchool today. WeSchool is a leading European EdTech player and member of UNESCO’s Global Education Coalition that supports over 230 000 teachers and 2 million students in their learning experiences by providing an easy-to-use, accessible and inclusive digital space for learners. The aim was to bring secondary schools a free, highly topical, engaging …

Power your Future, in conjunction with WeSchool!

Consultancy

It was time for another collaboration with WeSchool today. WeSchool is a leading European EdTech player and member of UNESCO’s Global Education Coalition that supports over 230 000 teachers and 2 million students in their learning experiences by providing an easy-to-use, accessible and inclusive digital space for learners. The aim was to bring secondary schools a free, highly topical, engaging …

Power your Future, in conjunction with WeSchool!

Consultancy

It was time for a new collaboration today; myself working alongside WeSchool. WeSchool is a leading European EdTech player and member of UNESCO’s Global Education Coalition that supports over 230 000 teachers and 2 million students in their learning experiences by providing an easy-to-use, accessible and inclusive digital space for learners. The aim was to bring secondary schools a FREE, …

Next Primary Humanities Network meeting (one not to miss if feedback from our last meeting is anything to go by!)

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Come and join us! Feedback from attendees included: ‘Informative; helpful; interesting.  Thank you.’ ‘Thank you, Emma.  I’ve taken on geography and history this year.  Very informative and encouraging.  I feel that the EIF was explained clearly and lots of ideas given.’ ‘I have a better understanding of the word ‘intent’ and what I need to do within my curriculum area …

Regional Primary Geography Conference, Bowden Hall Hotel, Gloucester

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I do love this annual event!  Not only is it always incredibly inspiring, engaging and thought-provoking, but we are also supplied with plentiful refreshments throughout the day and treated to a delicious lunch on comfy sofas overlooking the beautifully kept grounds. This theme of this year’s conference was ‘Geographical skills and fieldwork – ensuring coverage and progression‘.   We were given …

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.’ …

Come and join us! The more, the merrier! (Primary Humanities Subject Leaders’ Network meeting)

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Come and join us! Gloucestershire’s newly established Primary Humanities Subject Leaders’ Network ‘Inspiring; informative; engaging; different; fun.’ (One participant’s ‘concluding comment’ at our previous workshop) Following interest and demand from several schools/individuals, I have recently established a Primary Humanities Subject Leaders’ Network for local teaching professionals.  It is intended to meet each term, on either a Monday or Tuesday afternoon (please feel free to …

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

Consultancy

This time, it was a slightly upmarket meeting spot for us due to sponsorship from TUI UK (http://www.tui.co.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 …

Teach Meet Gloucestershire (TM Glos), Cleeve School

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It was a very hot, but inspiring afternoon and evening at Cleeve School yesterday where the final Teach Meet Gloucestershire (TM Glos) for this academic year was held.  The turnout was good, with representatives from both the primary and secondary sectors, and some travelling as far afield as Bristol to attend.   It was lovely to be able to put names …