I’ve noticed this year that extravagant advent calendars are a massive hit in the shops. Every brand seems to produce one – from playmobil to gin, from makeup to lego. I don’t actually know anyone who has bought this type of calendar- we just stick to a simple chocolate one in our house, (although the… Continue reading An advent calendar with a difference
My thoughts about the inspirational day at Reading Rocks
Reflecting on my rollercoaster year at work.
Recently I hosted a cluster meeting for all the science co-ordinators in the local schools and I’m proud to say it went really well. It’s not the first time we have met, in fact we are quite an established group; it’s good to meet familiar faces every term who are as passionate about science as… Continue reading We need to work together
How my awful teachers in the past have actually made me a better teacher today.
My experience of taking 77 children to a Night at the Museum.
A beginner’s guide to using Seesaw within the classroom.