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April 2015

Ian Livingstone applies to create ‘gaming’ school

A school teaching video gaming? could it work? British games industry veteran Ian Livingstone has formally applied to launch a free school with lessons built using video gaming. Computer school, gaming school, Ian Livingstone

Interactive Clock

Needed a quick online interactive clock today, this one is good also does fractions and angles!

Mary Coombs computer programmer

Mary Coombs (1929-), computer programmer, was one of the first programmers to work on the LEO computers produced by J Lyons and Co. and the first female commercial programmer. She developed programs both for internal company use and for a... Continue Reading →

Funny Friday, hey Girl let me laminate…

Sign up for the Newsletter for INTO FILM Festival which takes place every Autumn in the UK it a great opportunity to take groups of children to the cinema for free. The films available are suitable for primary school, to... Continue Reading →

What to do with all those odd gloves in lost property?

What to do with all those odd gloves in lost property? Know it's not teaching but its up cycling and cute!

Bee Mine

GrowVeg This bee mine printable is free for you to print and use for your own personal use! It prints in the middle of the page so it can be used in a 8×10 or a 5×7 frame..... Love this... Continue Reading →

Outdoor games made with pebbles

GrowVeg Learn how to make an adorable ladybugs vs. tadpoles outdoor tic tac toe game using rocks, a wooden plank and weather-resistant Patio Paint from DecoArt....Get the kids to paint the stones is messy but great fun.....… Cute! The... Continue Reading →

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