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Quad blogging – Real Wider Audiences for Pupils

2011 looks like it might be the ‘Year of the Blog’! Blogging has been around for so long but with the arrival of new tools each week, class blogging is growing each week. On Twitter there are new blogs being promoted each week which is just great. It almost seems strange to think that only […]

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Pupils identified – Launch the Blog!

As in most if not all schools, assessments identify children that are racing along, those that are jogging along, those that are strolling along, those that are creeping along, those that have stopped and in some cases, those that are walking backwards. Our assessments are pretty much the norm as from my experience schools always […]

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Showcasing Writing at HeathfieldCPS

It’s been 5 months now since we began to blog and publish our learning to the world. Although we are developing quite a good reputation online, many people in Bolton don’t know that we have ‘Super Learning Powers!’ I didn’t want to thrust in visitors’ faces that we do something ‘special’ at HeathfieldCPS, however, I […]

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May 14, 2010
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A very proud moment!

Back in December 2009 I arrived at Chorlton Park Primary School for the day to be shown around and dazzled by their wonderful children and staff. I remember sitting there listening to Jack Sloan (@jacksloan) and John Sutton (@HGJohn) talk about blogging and the impact on the learning at the school. It was Jack who […]

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We gave them wings…

And now they can fly! I don’t think I have ever been as proud in my professional career as I am now. Year 6 have only been blogging since the last week in December and after teaching them the basics and after watching me making a fool of myself at the front of the classroom […]

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Online lessons during school closure makes the press!

We had quite a bit of interest from schools, the LA and the Press about our online learning classes this week. The Bolton News sent photographers to on of my pupil’s house and my house to take pictures of these classes taking place and here is the article written on their website (minus pictures.) Bolton […]

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Wallwisher.com

I picked up a website from the Innovative Teachers Forum called www.Wallwisher.com. It is an online notice board maker and can be adapted really well to be used in the classroom. Today I set up a quick Wallwisher as we are starting our narrative unit in Literacy on Monday. I tweeted the details out to […]

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