Monthly Archives June 2017

Some Seminars SOLD OUT at The National Education Show!

Three of our engaging and inspiring seminars have completely sold out, and there are a few more with limited availability.  Nina Jackson's "Mental Health and Wellbeing", Gill Ellis' "Pupil Participation in Primary Context" and Alessio Bernardelli's "Developing Literacy and Numeracy through Digital Competency Framework" are now full!  Avoid Disappointment, Click Here and Book Now!   And these seminars below all have less than 20 spaces remaining:Make sure that you've booked your tickets to these brilliant seminars to avoid disappointment, they will be sold out this month and once they're gone, they're gone! 
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Exhibitor Spotlight: 3P Learning

Our latest Exhibitor Spotlight features 3P Learning, who will be bringing along their great resources to the exhibition in October. Free tickets for the exhibition can be ordered HERE. 3P LearningStand 45@3PLearningwww.3plearning.com3P Learning is a leading provider of award-winning digital maths and literacy learning resources for schools. If you’re looking for new resources to captivate and engage your students and improve results, please come and say hello!Mathletics is a digital maths resource used by thousands of schools across the UK. It is proven to increase levels of pupil engagement, confidence and motivation and to improve results in maths. Mathletics contains thousands
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Speaker Spotlight: Helen Battelley on Dance and Movement Pedagody

Here's another Speaker Spotlight, featuring Helen Battelley from Music and Movement! Her seminar, Dance and Movement Pedagogy will run at 3:30-4:30pm at The National Education Show. You can order tickets to Helen's, or any other speaker's seminar here.Fundamentally, we were born to move, in infanthood the body teaches the brain, all learning comes from the body. Physical skills underpin ALL the aspects of a child’s physical and psychological needs; attachment, behaviour, confidence and social/cognitive development.‘The most intelligent person will not achieve more than his/her confidence allows’Esther Andrews (author – How to develop your child’s genius)So why do so many of us
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