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World Women’s Day 8 March 2017 Resources

This article (and accompanying video )is about gender perceptions of young children. The children were asked to draw pictures of Firefighters,Surgeons and Pilots, the children drew men in these roles. The teacher asked them if they would like to meet... Continue Reading →

Charles Dickens free resources

7 February is Charles Dickens' Birthday, have a look at the BBC History Charles Dickens  site for lots of content on Charles Dickens, including videos, a biography section, a quiz and information on Victorian London. I live around the corner to... Continue Reading →

Milk Marbling for kids, art/ science projects

I love marbling and would love to bring it into the classroom, but using traditional techniques of oil paints and turpentine can be very toxic and very odorous. I found a site that show s how to marble with milk,... Continue Reading →

Teachers Calendar February & March 2017

Teachers Calendar February & March Teaching Ideas and Resources on this site. February is Bird Feeding Month BBC Story Writing Competition 500 Words 7 February World E Safety Day search my site for E Safety Links 9-15 February Random Acts of Kindness Week... Continue Reading →

Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday Pancake Day 2017

Pancake Day in the UK is also known as Shrove Tuesday, and is celebrated as Carnival and Mardi Gras elsewhere in the world. Next enjoyed on 28th February 2017, it was traditionally a day of fun and feasting before the... Continue Reading →

Wild Bird Feeding Month Resources

February is Bird Feeding Month, and it makes a lot of sense as it is winter and food is scarce for our feathered friends. Here is a list of resources you can use at home or in school to encourage... Continue Reading →

Free online courses from Top Universities! MOOC

Had a great day at the BETT 2017 show and met a very interesting woman. We got chatting about MOOC, MOOC stands for Massive Open Online  Course and quite simply it is a list of Universities  and colleges which offer... Continue Reading →

Free Macbeth Resources

Video clips with Teacher notes from the BBC An episodic version of Macbeth from BBC Learning with video clips which is very simple and easy to use, accompanied by teaching notes Free Downloads Macbeth Storyboard from the British Council with... Continue Reading →

“Hidden Figures” highlighting the black women vital to the U.S. space program

The film "Hidden Figures" highlights the work of "..Black female mathematicians performed essential calculations to safely send astronauts to and from Earth’s surface — in defiance of flagrant racism and sexism.." News clip from The Daily Dot Why the lack... Continue Reading →

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