We’re really sorry, but we have had to rearrange our webinar with Teacher Tom Hobson. This webinar will now be held on Wednesday, 2nd July from 5.30 pm to 6.45 pm when we will be joined live from Seattle by Teacher Tom who will be looking at what construction offers to children and what they bring to construction. Book here to join us on 2nd July and find out what it’s like to have ’20 bosses’! You can read Tom’s guest blog here.
Woodland Park Co-operative Preschool is run by 1 teacher and 20 parents in the form of ‘dedicated assistant teachers.. bringing mountains of love into the classroom. Read what Teacher Tom has to say about having 20 bosses!
Would you like to participate in an international survey, thus contributing in the deeper understanding of the early years music education field? The survey is being conducted by Dr Efthymios Papatzikis, expert in Music and Cognitive Neuroscience.
Anyone aged 4 – 19 years is invited to put themselves on the map by creating an artwork to celebrate where they live and uploading it onto the It’s Our World Gallery. The aim is to create the UK’s largest online collection of artwork mapping the British Isles, as seen through the eyes of the nation’s future custodians.
Take One Picture - This stunning piece entitled ‘Changing landscapes’ was created by Elvetham Heath Primary School in Fleet, Hampshire. It charts the journey and iconic landmarks from Fleet through Hampshire countryside to London. Each year ‘The National Gallery chooses a painting from the Gallery Collection and invites teachers and pupils to take inspiration from this painting and use it as a creative catalyst for learning across the curriculum.’ The chosen painting was Georges Seurat’s ‘Bathers at Asnieres’. The school were delighted to receive their Artsmark Gold Award shortly after the completion of the textile piece.
Fundacion Botin’s report, Nurturing our Creative Potential, analyses the ways the arts – specifically visual art, film, dance, literature, music and theatre – affect us emotionally and fuel our imaginations and creative capacities.
24th May – 1st June 2014 - Exciting new festival focusing on science, technology, engineering and maths with over 500 events in 55 locations throughout Cheshire. The festival will take place during the May half term holiday and aims to capture children’s’ imaginations and excite families about science in Cheshire. The event programme will promote and celebrate science, technology and engineering throughout Cheshire and position the area as one of the UK foremost scientific areas, as home to a number of world class science organisations.