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I'm Mark Taylor and I interview educators from around the world so that I can enable you to support your children to live, learn and grow to their full potential

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225: Get the Teaching Job You Want with Tanya Bunting

October 18, 2021

Tanya’s book “Get the Teaching Job You Want”, was a labour of love and written with you in mind. It takes you on a special journey where you experience every step of the application and interview process through stories that entertain and teach you what to do, as well as what not to, successfully write a winning application and shine as you tread the boards on your interview stage.

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224: 6 Online CPD events from NAPE 2021/2022

October 11, 2021

Following the success of the online event ‘Towards a Balanced and Broadly Based Curriculum‘ in March 2021, the National Association for Primary Education have planned 6 new online CPD events for the new academic year.5 starting points for Primary Music 18th October 2021 (booking now)Special Education NeedsEdTechEYFSMental Health/WellbeingClimate & Ocean PlasticFind out more information at…

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223: Accent Music School with Delwyn McKenzie

October 4, 2021

Delwyn has taken her wealth of experience and created an online piano course called Headstart Piano. It is all about giving you and your child the best chance to succeed with music.
Step-by-step video lessons and practice sessions give a practical and personal approach. Though not required it also comes with extensive supervisor notes to help you reinforce each lesson.

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Most Recent Blog Posts

Empathy Week 22-26 February 2021

22 Jan 2021

Empathy Week is a global schools programme that uses the power of film to develop the skills of empathy, leadership and resilience in young people. In 2020, schools in 48 countries across 6 continents took part. We’re continuing to build the #EmpathyGeneration on 22-26 February 2021 by providing:  5 human films, 5 realities ️ Differentiated…

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Curriculum recovery from Coronavirus lockdown

17 Jan 2021

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR PRIMARY EDUCATION in collaboration with HUMANITIES 20:20 Project and PRIMARY UMBRELLA GROUP present: TOWARDS A BALANCED AND BROADLY-BASED CURRICULUM Virtual Conference – Monday 8th March 2021, 4.15pm-6.45pm The Conference, embracing a theme which has always been central to debate about children’s entitlements, has been highlighted by OfSTED as critical in curriculum development…

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National Tutoring Programme appoints Third Space Learning to provide subsidised maths support to disadvantaged children

30 Nov 2020

Third Space Learning, the UK’s largest online maths tutoring provider for schools, has announced it has been selected by the National Tutoring Programme to provide essential maths support to disadvantaged children across England as an approved Tuition Partner. From today, state maintained primary and secondary schools can access Third Space Learning’s subsidised maths tutoring support,…

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Education on Fire sponsor

National Association for Primary Education

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.

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