An easy way for teaching staff to earn extra money in the holidays Ultimate Activity Camps
Making maths count towards climate change Whizz Education
Bring science to life with CREST Awards British Science Association
Join in with the GA’s National Fieldwork Week between 6th-11th June 2022 Geographical Association
Join Brake’s Kids Walk on 22nd June 2022 Brake
Oxford University Press Courses
Happy New Year! Welcome to the latest edition of Teach Primary.
As 2022 gets going, we look at why abandoning perfectionism can be a tool for progress: Steve Chinn explores how to support dyscalculic pupils in maths, and Sway Grantham discusses practical ways to introduce your KS1 class to computing (and why not immediately being able to answer their questions means you’re getting it right!).
Jill Wright and Marie Beale also explain how extended playtime has driven positive change at their school, and we have a behind-the-scenes peek at Bett 2022, with everything you need, whether you’re going in person or following along online.
Download your free digital copy here
For more information or any enquiries please contact Samantha Law – Product Manager or Charley Rogers – Editor.