Tag Archives: 5-11-years

Twinkl tips

April 25, 2018

Twinkl teaching tips with Gratnells Gratnells and Twinkl have teamed up together to offer teaching staff some top-tips in relation to classroom organisation, and how to use Gratnells trays most effectively in the classroom environment. Twinkl teaching tips – Create your own labels Twinkl teaching tips – Create your own resources Twinkl teaching tips –…

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Lesson plans

January 26, 2018

There are plenty of different things to learn and explore outside, and outdoor lessons are the perfect way to get your class interacting with the environment around them. We have a range of outdoor lesson plans for you to take advantage of that will get you and your students out of the classroom and exploring…

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Outdoor learning

November 22, 2017

Children’s learning outdoors is just as important as its classroom-based counterpart, and should be supported at every opportunity. Many alternatives present themselves, from teachers using the school grounds and field visits, to nature reserves, beach visits, museum and gallery trips. Every step of a child’s education can be enriched and contextualised in this way.

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Boosting self confidence with performing arts

May 9, 2017

Being ‘on-stage’ either as an individual or part of a group is one of the most valuable experiences of children’s lives, fostering a sense of confidence, rewarding excellence with a place in the spotlight and making the very best of group activities for performers, producers, backstage crew and teachers too. Gratnells STAGE will provide you…

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Teaching tips

May 4, 2017

Twinkl teaching tips with Gratnells introduction Twinkl teaching tips – Create your own labels Twinkl teaching tips – Create your own resources Twinkl teaching tips – Create Pre made Labels Twinkl teaching tips – Class library unit Twinkl teaching tips – Gruffalo small world area Twinkl teaching tips – Pets and Habitats sensory tray Twinkl…

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Technology in the classroom

May 3, 2017

The most common strategy in schools today is for pupils to access technology at the point of need. Rather than walking down the hall to an ICT suite, pupils now have the option to take a laptop from a trolley or a netbook from a storage slot in the cupboard, and bring it back to…

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