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Supporting children’s language development through Tales, Toys and Tunes

Dr Jamie Lingwood and Dr Cat Davies from the Leeds Child Development Unit write about the importance of discussing the...
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Leeds Loves Reading – Advice, Tips and Tricks!

Leeds loves reading If you are staying inside, have children, are working from home or would simply like to read...
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Education and Covid 19

Firstly can I say thank you and well done to all of the school staff and leaders who have behaved...
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A price worth paying?

Since the launch of the ‘Behaviour Task Force’ last week there has been lots of debate in the education world...
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‘Pinball Kids’ Exclusions Event

Leeds will be hosting a national launch event for a new report from the RSA on Thursday 19th March at...
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Learning Beyond the Classroom with Literacy Inspired Outdoor Education

Leeds KS2 teacher and English specialist from Farsley Farfield Primary School Kate Heap blog post talks about the effectiveness of...
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Behaviour, booths, exclusions and the current debate

There has always been a debate about how we approach and manage behaviour in schools, but recently, on social media...
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How a story (and a foster carer’s love) changed my life

By Anita Le Tissier  In nursery recently, the children have become quite taken with the book The Paper Dolls, by Julia Donaldson. I read...
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Story Makers Festival

Lisa Stephenson from The Story Makers Company writes about the importance of stories and imagination in education and the recent...
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