Morning - I'm very happy to have a full class set of the brilliant Glitter Boy by @MrEagletonIan to give away via @ANewChapterBks.
Full class sets transform the reading experience for a class & this book is perfect for sparking rich class discussion.
RT for a chance to win.
This week Class 2 have been learning how to fasten shoe laces. The children showed great resilience when it was a bit tricky and compassion when they saw others struggling. Well done Class 2! #class2TPA #Lifeskills
Class 2 have graduated from Key Stage 1! We are so proud of each and every one of you for how hard you have worked. Good luck in a Key Stage 2 and keep being amazing! #class2TPA
Loads of exciting and fun activities for children and families to attend over the summer holidays for free! ⭐️ @WFlibraries
A huge thank you to Mr Midgeley for coming to talk to us about working on the rigs in the North Sea, extracting natural gas. The children were really interested and bombarded him with questions. I think we have some budding ‘riggers’ in Year 4! #Year4TPA, #GeographyTPA, #PSHETPA.
Minecraft marathons? Devouring Disney+? 📺👀 Some experts estimate children’s screen time rises by 6 hours per day during the holidays. Our #WakeUpWednesday guide has tips to help your child steer clear of #OnlineSafety risks this summer 🛡
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The recent pandemic highlighted the importance of digital technology in supporting children to learn.
Technology very quickly enabled teachers to adapt their pedagogy to allow children to learn remotely.
Evidence shows that digital technology supports education and can optimise learning when used in a blended way.
School closures also highlighted the inequality and injustice in the remote learning experiences of students attending digitally mature institutions and many of their less advantaged peers.
The lack of schools with clear digital strategies is one of the root causes of this injustice- we have to now be ambitious for our children and ensure that these inequalities are reduced.
We also have a duty to prepare our children for a future where digital technology plays a much larger part in business and social aspects of life.