Monthly Archives: May 2014

Reflections from the Whitley Bay History Conference

I had the pleasure of attending a History Conference at WBHS today and presenting a workshop on ‘Assessing without levels’. The event was aimed at primary level practioners and aimed to provide an overview of the up coming history curriculum … Continue reading

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Teaming up with Marden Bridge

Since we set up a T&L group at our school, we’ve gone from strength to strength and it’s been an enjoyable journey.  Having embedded ourselves into our school like some sort of tenacious dog biting an ankle, we felt the … Continue reading

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Using Blooming Targets

USING BLOOMING TARGETS (Assessing without levels) I’ve rather kindly been asked to attend a History conference in a few weeks where I’ve been invited to host a workshop discussing how we can possibly assess within History once levels are abolished. … Continue reading

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Displays: what and who are they for?

Originally posted on prawnseyeblog:
“Classroom walls should mirror closely the pages of children’s books.” The recent words of a colleague and ones which have led me to question my own practice and learning environment. I worked last week alongside a…

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The teachmeet that changed me!

Originally posted on curiousprimaryteacher:
A lot of things have changed recently. After coming back to school from maternity leave in September 2013,┬áit was an achievement to just make it in to work on time, with my little boy dressed and…

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