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5th October 2012 at 01:00


- What's the story? For younger pupils, children's author Roger Hurn shares 12 top tips for storytelling, bit.lyHurns12tips. Help upper primary pupils to tell stories in digital formats with a lesson from bevevans22, bit.lyTESdigistory

Health and well-being

- Use resources shared by foodafactoflife to help upper primary pupils to understand healthy eating. A PowerPoint introduces different food groups and pupils can analyse their own diet using a spreadsheet. There are also worksheets and posters, bit.lyeatwelllesson


- Go on a galactic journey for World Space Week (4-10 October) with peekay72 `s space assembly script. P56 pupils play the role of celestial bodies as they show their peers the order of the planets in the solar system. The assembly gives pupils an introduction to the worlds beyond our atmosphere.

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