Top resources for Primary School PSHE

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PSHE – what’s that, I hear you ask. Well, personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education has been part of the National Curriculum for schools in UK since the turn of the millennium in 2000 and is well embedded into school life. What follows is our recommended list of great websites to help parents and teachers find interesting topics to... Read more »

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Uneasy religious times in schools

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It would be safe to assume that, whatever your religious beliefs, Britain has managed to keep it fairly neutral for us.  With philosophy lessons, comprehensive science lessons covering all aspects of the curriculum, freedom of expression and so on, it’s reasonable to say that whatever you believe in, you’re going to be well catered-for. After... Read more »

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Top resources for Primary School Numeracy

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Finding quality educational resources for children can be time consuming. The purpose of this blog post is to share our recommendations of great websites there to support children learning Primary School Numeracy. Why not take a look at: KS1 Bitesize Mathematics: Parents and teachers can show children how much fun numeracy can be, by playing... Read more »

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The 10 things you’ll definitely see when your Student Union’s elections arrive

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Brace yourself university students, it’s that time of year again… So you’ve got work to hand in, exams to revise for, dissertations to hand in (and the absence of a social life in that case) and other things to get prepared.  It seems like a hectic enough time as it is. Fortunately, your university Student’s... Read more »

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