Granny’s Lost Teeth – A Worldwide Search Using Technology! teeth, Uncategorized 2 Comments

This week Granny’s Teeth have been to Burton Joyce Primary School where they have prompted the Reception children (and their teacher Marc) to launch a worldwide search using technology. Granny’s Teeth came at the right time for us! I was looking for a project to conclude another academic year of Connecting Classes Across Continents. With the arrival of Granny’s Teeth …

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Guest Post – Ali McClure Boys Learning 3 Comments

It has been a busy old time for conferences recently and I have been able to do lots of travel and meet lots of lovely people. A couple of weeks ago I was presenting at the TTS ‘Narrowing the Gap’ conference in Derby and I had the great pleasure of meeting Ali McClure who had come along to have a listen. …


ABC Does….a TEDx Talk! Uncategorized 11 Comments

Earlier this year I had the great honour to be asked to deliver a TEDx talk in Norwich. Even though I spend lots of time jabbering on to an audience, it was one of the most nerve wracking things that I have done. Apart from the fact that it was being live streamed and then uploaded to YouTube FOR EVER! …

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Dewi the Dragon loses his Granny’s Teeth! teeth, Uncategorized 2 Comments

This week Granny’s Teeth turned up at Alexandra CP School, Wrexham. Here’s what we got up to! We are having some building work at our school so Nursery and Reception classes decided to go out to look at the machines and see what was happening on the building site. We met Keith the Builder, who was very busy digging. While …

The winner is….Workbench Giveaway Giveaway 3 Comments

The winner of the TTS Double Sided Work Bench Giveaway is….   NICOLA MURRAY Well done Nicola. Please email me with the address that you would like the bench to be sent to and we can get it on its way! Share PostTwitterFacebookGoogle +1Email


The wolf and Mrs Capper’s best coat! A Granny’s Teeth Adventure… teeth, Uncategorized Leave a Comment

The children at St Vincent’s Catholic Nursery school in Birmingham took pleasure in learning about the story of the Three Little Pigs. During the story they recognised the wolf to be a ghastly character, which would stop at nothing to get the pigs. One child described him as the “wicked big bad wolf”. The next day when the children arrived …