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Story writing is one of the core skills in the English curriculum, and the spontaneous fun to be had from simply telling stories is a key part of the creative process.
Well of course, you could always make it! Teachers are always being encouraged to make resources, and to share them with other teachers too. There are lots of tools available to help you do that, and this article is exploring one of the tools available to do just that. Like a number of tools, this one is open-source and freely downloadable. It has some tools that make it well suited to preparing resources for children from primary school age upwards. Pages that are created can be uploaded to a website for children to access from home as well as within school or you could load them into your Learning Platforms to support and encourage this sort of activity.
Jon Walton, Head of Music at a mixed comprehensive school with 1040 students looks at Sibelius.
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First Council-wide adoption of Read&Write GOLD offers equality for all.
A school in Hertfordshire is using groundbreaking assessment software to help ensure each child gets the best possible start to their education.