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Jenny McLachlan Aug 6
TEACHERS! To celebrate the publication of Return to Roar I'm giving away signed copies of the Roar books & 20 special clues that I've made to bring Roar alive for your students. For a chance to win, follow & retweet by 12pm 16/8/20
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Education for the Soul Conference 13h
The 9 Needs that we all have in our roles - these should always be met! -
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Dave Church CSciTeach 11h
NEW blog post: What’s the point in primary science?
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Miss D Aug 4
I've just completed planning for a (Year 2) 3 week History unit on The Great Fire of London. I've popped the planning document and PowerPoint (created by me) on TES for anyone who might be interested. 🔥
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Oldham Opportunity Area Aug 5
Over 300 Oldham parents have already improved their wellbeing and resilience as well as learning strategies to support their children. Please share so more parents can join our FREE Raising Resilience programme with
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Miss C Aug 5
This app brings your drawings to life 😱😱😱😱😱 This would be so amazing to inspire writing and other learning. I need this in my life! - one for you? ☺️
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Dave Church CSciTeach Aug 5
Considering starting a podcast - Assuming you’d listen, what sort of things would you want from it?
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hollie 9m
Three weeks of the holidays done and I’ve had my first back to school dream 😩. The usual can’t get my new class to be quiet and running wild 😳 Please tell me other teachers have dreams like this!
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Zapmaths 15h
Have your heard about Zap Maths Quick Start? Schools can give their students immediate access to Zap Maths - gamified maths covering the U.K. curriculum for ages 5-12, KS1 and KS2. No onboarding, no contracts. Parents get 2 months free.
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Matt Aug 8
Very exciting book post today. If anyone needs me I'll be unavailable as I'm heading back to Roar. Sending you huge thanks
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Learning by Questions Aug 3
💬 "The teachers can think about teaching and learning instead of marking and looking for resources online." Joanne Geldard, Headteacher at gives her thoughts on how using LbQ benefits the teachers and helps reduce workload.
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Bookmarks and Stages Aug 8
of Timothy (and Lucy) Mean and the Time Machine 2 by William AE Ford @williamaeford@marcelo_cinica  
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Graham Andre' 22h
Todays is one full of inspirational videos that can be used in the classroom, please add if you have more #edchat#MorningBrewEd
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Jess Aug 8
Read 'The 1000 year old boy' by Lots of funny moments, plot twists and action! A definite recommendation!
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Graham Andre' 13h
As it is so hot ive been listening to music to help me sleep but im bored with the rain sounds etc so can you recommend songs for a bedtime playlist? Thank you
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DewDrop Education Aug 8
Follow Laura if you don’t already and do not miss these if you want to make your provision equitable ❤️
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Miss G Aug 6
One of my class sent their "Who Am I?" pack back to me all filled out... Me too little one, me too 😅
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MrInnes Aug 5
Trailer for French with Mr Innes' new video on my local countryside 🇧🇪 Subscribe for fun French learning 🇫🇷
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Matthew Swann 11h
Hi- PSHE & school Council lead here, has anyone got any good book recommendations? TIA
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Jeremy José Dean Aug 8
Missing school? Fancy a peek into another? Where all the children are Spanish, and you have to teach them everything in English. Is it cucarachas or cucuruchos? eBook or pb. Free sample chapter on this link:
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