I don't know about you guys, but I LOVE LOVE having a neb around different classrooms. It's one of my favourite things about going to other schools. It's something I miss about not being able to go round to different schools. I thought I'd share with you some of the spaces in my classroom - … Continue reading A peek into my classroom…
Hello! How are you all? Today, I thought I would share some pictures of the books my class are reading… cause they’re all reading some absolute corkers and I'm so impressed that they're embracing the range of books that are available to them! Starting this academic year, I really wanted to get my kids excited … Continue reading What we’re reading… a look into the books of my classroom!
Hello everyone! I'm back with October versions of the Maths calendar that was SUPER popular during lockdown. A few teachers have asked for this, so I figured there was still people who wanted it (and I quite enjoy making these!) For today, I'm sharing 2 versions: a version aimed at Year 5/6 and a version … Continue reading FREE DAY: October Maths calendars
"I want my kids to read for pleasure but I just don't know how to get them to get there" As a teacher, you see posts like this quite often, in many different guises on Twitter/Facebook. While I'm no expert in the field, I thought I'd share some different ways over the next few weeks … Continue reading Reading for pleasure… not just an add on!
Morning guys! Today is an exciting guest post on the blog today. You know I love giving time and space on my blog to authors to talk about their books and when I'm given the opportunity I will jump at it! Today, the amazing Angie Lake is popping onto my blog to talk about Mina's … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Angie Lake
The Worry (less) Book: a gorgeous look at anxiety and worries - perfect for the classroom! "Start worrying less and enjoying life with this book for people who worry or struggle with anxiety (so yeah -- everyone)! We all have a mixture of fun and not-so fun feelings. And everyone feels worried sometimes. But too … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Rachel Brian
Hello everyone! I'm sharing 2 posts today because I'm so pleased to get this resource out to everyone! During lockdown (and subsequent back to school time), I shared a load of different resources based on a question/prompt/challenge a day and you guys loved them! I posted the PE calendar for September last week (you'll find … Continue reading FREE DAY: September Maths calendars
Morning everyone, By the time you read this, I'll be in school. There's no children today (they're back tomorrow) because we're having an INSET day. I thought I'd put together my thoughts to just share with everyone. If you're interested in my musings, please keep reading. If you're not, that's cool. I appreciate that there … Continue reading Back to school – the musings of a teacher…
Hello everyone! Apologies for this not going up in August... it had totally evaded me! During lockdown, I was uploading monthly calendars for PE, Writing and Maths and was on the fence about whether they'd be useful to people, but after asking a few people, they said they'd be interested. Over the next few days, … Continue reading Active September
Dosh: a comprehensive look at all things money! "Having some dosh in your pocket can be really exciting. And when it's used as a force for good, those pennies have the power to change the world. But managing money can seem daunting, especially in uncertain times. This book is here to build your confidence, transform … Continue reading BLOG TOUR: Rashmi Sirdeshpand