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Simon Smith
Principal, Learner, Teacher, mad about children's books, Views are my own. . Proud to be part of the . Reading Good Thieves
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Simon Smith 8h
Replying to @ianaddison
Wow. What a set of books!
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Simon Smith 8h
Yay!
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Simon Smith 10h
Replying to @ChrisMoyse
I was thinking Ofsted...but implosion works.
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Simon Smith 10h
Replying to @ChrisMoyse
It’s like the Three Horsemen of the Apocalypse...Wonder what the fourth one is.
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Simon Smith 10h
Yes. Those were brilliant.
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Simon Smith 10h
I still have these....
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Simon Smith 10h
I had quite a lot of colouring sheets before mindfulness was a thing...all Banda copied.
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Simon Smith 10h
He was my saviour when lessons went a bit pear-shaped when I first started teaching.
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Simon Smith 10h
Paul Jennings wrote the stories “Round the Twist” was based on. He is a brill short story writer.
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Simon Smith 11h
Replying to @Galty240671 @MrBoothY6
Only one choice there John. Cogheart is good but Mortal Engines is amazing.
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Simon Smith 19h
Replying to @AnniPoole
Will do.
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Simon Smith 19h
Happy to chat about it.
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Simon Smith 19h
What a pair of amazing books.
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Simon Smith 19h
Cracking list here. Thanks
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Simon Smith 20h
Replying to @j66bo
It really is and we lose that at our peril.
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Simon Smith 20h
Replying to @MrS_Primary
I will video next time I do it with children.
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Simon Smith 20h
Replying to @MrS_Primary
It’s awesome. Especially if you get kids to act out the parts.
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Simon Smith 20h
Replying to @j66bo
It was actually a science project. Lots of work on forces. (The DT was all about the skills, there was a bit of design as well)
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Simon Smith 20h
Me too.
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Simon Smith 20h
Would love to see that. Fantastic book.
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