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19 February 2019
We *truly* think that the development of fine motor skills is oh-so important, especially in the early years of school. But fitting it into an already crowed curriculum can be tricky! That is why we originally  created our morning fine motor program. Of course you can use it at any time in your day, however we found that making use of the parents in the room during the morning session worked...
30 January 2019
Kindness Matters, It can turn a child's whole day around! Teaching kindness is just as important as teaching Maths and Literacy.  Creating a culture of kindness in your room means not only do your students feel safe and happy, but they are also more productive. This is one of our favourites ways to teach kindness at the start of the year. When talking to your kids about bullying...
9 January 2019
Many students constantly ask ‘what are we doing next?’, 'when are we doing __?'  Having a visual schedule ensures children will know what things are happening and when throughout the day. There are many benefits to having a visual timetable but here are our Top 5: 1 Allow kids to understand the plan. A visual schedule is like a kid friendly calendar and provides them with a visual...
31 August 2018
The hashtags #SelfcareSunday and #WorkLifeBalance are seriously trending over on the gram at the moment, it seems everyone is keen to turn the spotlight on mental health, and we for one couldn’t.agree.more. Teaching is (as you all know) full on! Rewarding and amazing, but also tiring and social life zapping. So how can we be the best teachers we can be, while still realising that we are also...

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