Archive for September, 2011

Sep 30 2011

1 minute weekly web wonder – Week 3

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Thank goodness it’s Friday, to help brighten up your day and to help you with your planning at weekends, I will be posting a weekly web based idea that will take just 1 minute of your time to read about. If you like what you read then why not try it out in your lessons […]

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Sep 23 2011

1 minute weekly web wonder – Week 2

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Thank goodness it’s Friday, to help brighten up your day and to help you with your planning at weekends, I will be posting a weekly web based idea that will take just 1 minute of your time to read about. If you like what you read then why not try it out in your lessons […]

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Sep 23 2011

Radio Russell– Loving BETT Radio with Russell Prue

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Yesterday I spoke to Russell, who I am absolutely positive you all know, Russell Prue, the man, the myth, the legend! He is a brilliant bloke and does some fantastic work and has done for years. If you don’t know him for some strange reason then please follow him on twitter or visit his website: […]

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Sep 20 2011

We come from the land down under

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This week saltash.net was visited by 10 Australian Headteachers and teachers from Victoria after they were recommended by Professor Stephen Heppell to come and visit our school as part of a study tour they were on across Europe. Saltash.net was only one of two schools that the Australians visited here in the UK. Their visit […]

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Sep 16 2011

1 minute weekly web wonder – Week 1

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Thank goodness it’s Friday, to help brighten up your day and to help you with your planning at weekends, I will be posting a weekly web based idea that will take just 1 minute of your time to read about. If you like what you read then why not try it out in your lessons […]

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Sep 15 2011

3 days to go…

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Yes well it is now just 3 days to go to #TEDxLondon, I am starting to get really excited about the event, even David Cameron Prime Minister is looking forward to it as you can see here: http://www.tedxlondon.com/prime-minister For live streaming, tickets and more information please visit: http://www.tedxlondon.org/first

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Sep 13 2011

Just 5 days to go till TedxLondon–check this out:

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So with just 5 days to go I am so excited about TedxLondon. There are still a few tickets left so if you would like to go make sure you visit the site as soon as possible to avoid disappointment! http://www.tedxlondon.com/first I love this new video by Goldie: The education revolution   Don’t forget to […]

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Sep 12 2011

‘Appy’ times–Saltash.net E-table making the news

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Last Thursday two of our ex-Year 11 students released a new timetable and planner app on Itunes and the android market. Check out the recent news articles on the bbc and in one of the local papers:         http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-14831264 http://www.thisisplymouth.co.uk/School-apps-make-homework-smarter/story-13303299-detail/story.html You can download it on Itunes now!

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Sep 06 2011

It’s all ‘Appening at saltash.net!

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I am extremely excited to have a special guest blog post written by my boss Headteacher Isobel Bryce: Students at saltash.net community school will be returning from their summer break this week to find many exciting developments taking place to enrich their learning opportunities. One of the initiatives, about to be launched on Thursday 8th […]

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Sep 05 2011

#Back2School Part 2 of 5–Partners in Learning Network

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If you have been enjoying too much sun and sand this summer and have left it too late to plan for your new classes in September then these 5 blog posts will save your start to a new academic year. Here is the second site and I guess I talk quite a bit about this […]

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