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Ben Case from Tapestry, an online learning journal used in thousands of primary schools and early years settings, has been working with teaching staff at Arundel C of E Primary School for the past two years to support the work they’ve been doing to encourage pupils to reflect on, and talk about, their own learning.…Read More
Assistive technology to improve accessibility in education for students with visual impairments or neurodiverse conditions. Noel Duffy, Chairman of the Board, Dolphin Computer Access Awarded the RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) Lifetime Achievement Award in April 2022, for 30 years’ work empowering visually impaired people to succeed in a digital world, Noel Duffy…Read More
Prof Dr Ger Graus OBE, an iconic figure in the field of education. A renowned expert on educational innovation and community engagement, he was the first Global Director of Education at the world-famous children’s entertainment-education company, KidZania, and founding CEO of the Children’s University. With his extensive experience at the very highest level of the…Read More
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National Association for Primary Education is proud to present a Primary Education Summit ‘Visions for the Future’ over two weeks starting on 15th March 2023. This is intended to promote discussion about the type of rich and engaging primary education which will enable all our children to meet the challenges they face now and in the…Read More
National Association for Primary Education presents: Ocean Plastic & Climate Change Writing Festival. This online zoom call will be the starting event to launch a festival of writing on this topic. Presented by Ellie Jackson, author of Wild Tribe Heroes – The No.1 Children’s Book Series On Ocean Plastics & Climate Change. We will separate…Read More
I have been delighted to host a series of CPD events for National Association for Primary Education this academic year. The latest is focused on transition to secondary school. I hope it is supportive for you. https://studentbreakthrough.thinkific.com/courses/build-your-breakthrough (FREE course) ecatraining.com email@example.comRead More
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Our aim is to achieve a higher priority for the education of children from birth to 13. High quality learning in the early years of life is vitally important to the creation of an educated society. Young children are not simply preparing for the future, they are living a never to be repeated time of life and the best way to learn is to live.