• eSafety
  • Two Free eSafety Posters

    Like many primary teachers, I’ve spent countless hours searching the web for free classroom resources. I was recently searching for eSafety posters to display in the school’s ICT lab, but I wasn’t able to find any. So, I decided to create my own. Please feel free to print, display and share these posters in your […]

  • Minecraft
  • The Benefits of Minecraft EE

    Using the education edition of Minecraft can be a lot of fun, but it’s important for students (and teachers) to understand that this version of the game is not just about escaping from zombies in survival mode or building/destroying random content in creative mode. This version is about using the software to develop critical thinking […]

  • STEM
  • Teaching STEM in 5 STEPS

    Every dау tеасhеrѕ face сhоісеѕ аbоut how tо іmрlеmеnt thе сurrісulum in their classrooms, promote student agency/voice and engage learners in the classroom. Thоѕе choices аrе орроrtunіtіеѕ for tеасhеrѕ to еngаgе in еduсаtіоn rеfоrm thаt hаѕ a real іmрасt on the lives of their students. So, what better way to prepare students for the future […]

  • eSafety
  • Social Media Survey

    In August 2018, we surveyed 100 students from Berwick Lodge Primary School’s senior school about the type of social media they have/use at home. To some members of the school community, the results were surprising. Not one student responded with ‘none’, so what does that tell us about the impact and/or influence social media has […]