The story of Hansel and Gretel is one that most of us heard in childhood, and it has a long history in traditional storytelling dating back probably far further than the Grimm brothers – Here are my activities for children in the EYFS to LKS1,
Reading brings us together. Celebrate it. Celebrate us.
Christmas here…Before the panic sets in, here’s some advice to help you through the last few weeks of term!
A short blog about teaching Remembrance Day in primary schools, with teaching ideas and useful links
Scarymiss has been sweating over (and, possibly, in) a hot cauldron creating alchemy and a set of seven downloadable lesson plans, resources and classroom work ideas for busy primary school teachers.
With a strength I’ve never had before,
I push my way out of death…and cry,
Face to the sky, seeing the stars
Water heaven with their tears
And wash the dirt from my hands.
I am free.
When this time of year comes around, there are a few certainties that are absolutely inevitable. Way back in the before times, All Hallow’s Eve never had anything to do with anything sweet or fun. It was very much a different thing altogether. But then, so was I, back then.
Pumpkin Carving Carving a Jack O’Lantern has become a staple part of the Hallowe’en experience for many of us every year. Here are some handy hints to keep you busy, and safe! Choose a pumpkin. Obvious? Me? Never! Well, here’s…
I love Spring Term. There are many reasons for this. One is that it is the shortest. But there is so much to love about this term. It is the term of the unexpected. The moveable feast that is Easter…