As a teacher and outdoor enthusiast I am continually looking for new ways to support and improve learning. This post highlights 3 great resources that can be used in the classroom and in the Great Outdoors, to help support and further develop personal development, as well as key learning skills.Read More
An exciting Stone Age-inspired craft activity, that is ideal for all Key Stage 2 aged children and can easily support any Stone Age Topic. It is a practical activity, and it can easy to implement in the classroom or at home.Read More
In pursuit of further developing creativity, I decided to present my class with another open-ended and creative task.
A task that would not only encourage the children I teach to work together, think expansively, but also build stronger levels of resilience and perseverance in order to reach and hopefully achieve a desirable goal.
Read on to find out more.Read More
In a bid to develop the power of Creative Thinking, within my class. We came up with 50 things to do with a stick. Collectively, we hope these practical ideas serve as inspiration and enable you to get outside, enjoy the outdoors and explore, learn, create.Read More
How to manage a blog around a full-time job
For the majority of blogger types out there, working full-time on your blog is pretty much the normal state of affairs, with many using it as a full-time venture, career and job. Some are lucky enough to travel the world, work with brands, tell a great story and develop inspiring content, others do all of the same and yet produce complete rubbish.Read More
So, I have been lucky enough to be nominated for my first ever blog award!! That's cool and I feel really privileged. Big thanks to Sophie for choosing me as one of your nominees. I'm humbled and really appreciate it. Such a great achievement and exciting to think people like my work.Read More