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Thought-Provoking Harvest Festival Ideas For Schools

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The Harvest Festival is a fantastic time of year. Both children and teachers have an opportunity to show their gratitude towards another great year, and the festival offers up an abundance of opportunity for moral and spiritual teaching. We have gathered our thoughts, bringing you some of the best harvest festival ideas for schools. They will help you to remind children to give thanks for the food they receive, provide a greater awareness of where it comes from and encourage them to reflect on those who are less fortunate.

Leavers Day Ideas for Primary School Teachers

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Make the Last Day of School a Special and Memorable Occasion for All As the end of the school year approaches, primary school teachers everywhere are dutifully toiling away in preparation for the last few days of term. If you want to do something extra special for your year 6 class this time around, these leavers days ideas will arm you with a wealth of top tips and inspiration. Leavers Assembly Ideas For a leavers assembly to be successful, it must be both fun and touching, with just the right…read more

Top 3 Autumn Ideas for Primary School

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How to Be Your Pupils’ Favourite Teacher This Autumn Ah, the autumn term. Back to school, harvest festival, and – before you know it – the Christmas play. It’s probably fair to say that coming up with decent ideas for the autumn term can be a bit of a struggle. I have been wracking my brains for some time and thought I’d share the best autumn ideas for primary school that I have come up with to help others who might be in this situation.


How to Make English Lessons More Fun and Engaging

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Fun English Activities for Primary School Children Does your class consider reading to be the pastime of the dull and antiquated? Is the word ‘grammar’ enough to set pupils’ heads nodding – with boredom as opposed to enthusiasm? If your class needs a motivational boost in the English department, read this article for some helpful suggestions that will help you to make English lessons more fun.