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Curriculum Plans from The Hamilton Trust

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Curriculum Resources from The Hamilton TrustCurriculum Plans from The Hamilton Trust have been updated to meet the new curriculum. The plans are available free to NQTs – just contact them for access – and some of them are free for all. The remainder are available for a small donation to keep the Trust afloat.

The free resources are:

  • All the Maths Teaching Sequences (and old Maths Weekly Plans based on the NNS) ...

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Roamer 2 and how it meets the curriculum

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Roamer 2 and how it meets the curriculumSharing a  letter from Kate Hudson at Valiant Technology:

So here we are at the start of a new school year – a year in which English schools have to introduce the new Computing Curriculum and I am delighted to be able to tell you that the new Roamer, with its scaffolded approach to programming , can help ...

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Naace Competition for Schools

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Naace competition for schoolsNaace will be celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2014 and to mark the occasion, they would like to invite schools to enter this year’s competition.

The title of the competition is:

Class of 2044 – how will technology be helping us learn and teach 30 years from now?

Schools are asked to design a digital artefact to illustrate how they think that technology may be helping us to ...

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Hopscotch Update

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Hopscotch updateHopscotch, the game-making and programming app for the iPad, has been written about previously but now there is a new Hopscotch update release. The new additions are worth looking at; they are:

  • A sound event, giving you the ability to make your projects more interactive–TIP: try it with a clap! (script event dropdown: “When I hear a loud sound”);
  • The ability to change the speed ...

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The BP Educational Service for Science, DT and Geography

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The BP Educational Service for Science, DT and GeographyThe BP Educational Service develops resources to help teachers and students throughout the UK. They produce and distribute curriculum-linked teaching resources about BP and the petroleum industry for KS1 – 3 students.

BP is one of the world’s largest energy companies. Therefore they feel that they have a responsibility to ensure that their educational ...

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