August '22 Primary Curriculum News
Here's an abridged version of our latest teachers' newsletter. You can click on each link below to learn more. Don't forget to sign up to the newsletter for yourself here and be the first to hear about the offers below.
Discovery Education Espresso’s calendar picks is back for the new term with a jam-packed September of themed days and events linking to interactive curriculum-aligned content. Espresso users can login to see more here.
You can join Kapow Primary and Languages specialist Emily Birch for a webinar on 21st September at 4pm. They'll discuss the challenges faced by MFL leaders and share experience and advice on implementing quality language teaching across your school. Save your free spot here.
Primary PE Passport has an updated subject leader toolkit and resources available for September. You can now also add in your own plans and assessment criteria. Get in touch here to find out more.
Active Kids Do Better, from Discovery Education and Nike, equips you with tools to get your pupils moving through play. It’s available free to primary schools and includes videos, activity cards, games and practical tips perfect for burning off the back-to-school energy!
If you’re struggling to plan PE lessons for the new academic year, real PE are offering free lesson plans to transform the way you teach PE to include EVERY child here.
All Aboard Phonics are offering free downloads of their DfE validated SSP. To download phases 2-5 and the All Aboard Phonics Plus intervention manual click here.
Join hundreds of teachers using Twig and Tigtag; bringing you thousands of science resources for the new school year. You can try a free 30-day trial here, and also use the discount code SCIENCE22 for a 10% back to school discount.
✏️ Writing & Literacy
If you're looking to level up your English teaching this year, The Literacy Company has lots of new online courses launching. These include English Subject Leader Twilights (first session free), Getting Reading Right, EYFS Leaders, New to EYFS and Supporting Rapid Progress. You can click the title of each course to find out more.