On the trail of the plotters
Brian Asbury examines some of the many websites inspired by the Gunpowder Plot.
Access to high–quality books can help children develop a lifelong interest in reading and learning. Books should be seen as essential tools for life offering support for the development of emotion creativity self–awareness and much much more.
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Boosting children’s opportunities
Kate Nayler chartered educational psychologist and specialist literacy teacher explains how she developed the BoosterBooks programme to help children who struggle with literacy.
Challenging at home
Lorrae Jaderberg explains how she transformed homework for Year 5 pupils at Brookland Junior School.
Whacky ways to make science fun
To celebrate Einstein Year Andrea Postles of Bayer UK/Ireland considers what a fabulous time this is to look at the many ways that science can be made exciting in the classroom.
Tried and Tested
Continuing our Tried and Tested series we look at a new series of CD–ROMS from Cambridge Hitachi which offer lesson plans designed to develop teachers' proficiency in using interactive whiteboards.
Creative balancing acts
Peter Critchley investigates some novel approaches to solving algebraic equations
Its all in the mind
John Dabell explores the benefits of introducing children to the concept of thought experiments in the classroom