Cre8tive Resources in Action!

Posted by Joy Helliwell on 25.06.19 in Guest Blogs, Resources

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Further proof that Cre8tive Resources products are helping teachers to better educate and support their pupils.

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Invaluable support

Posted by Caroline Tinsley on 30.05.19 in Guest Blogs

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How Cre8tive Resources products are helping teachers to better educate their pupils.

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Using Novels to Teach about the Holocaust in Schools

Posted by Sharon Hart-Green on 31.03.19 in Guest Blogs

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If a work of Holocaust fiction is written with historical accuracy, then it can serve as an invaluable resource for teaching about this dark period, especially in schools.

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CITIZENSHIP – A Superhero Subject

Posted by Kelly Allchin on 24.03.19 in Guest Blogs

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The value of citizenship in schools to encourage students to be better citizens.

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Holocaust Education and its Place in Citizenship Education

Posted by Zoe Bowden on 24.01.19 in Guest Blogs, Resources

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What links does the Holocaust have with the Citizenship curriculum? Why is Holocaust Memorial Day important and as Citizenship teachers what could we be doing to mark this event?

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Why is Citizenship so Important?

Posted by Bryden Joy on 15.01.19 in Guest Blogs

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Why is Citizenship so undervalued? Pupils need the chance to understand the world around them.

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Basic Needs Must Come First

Posted by Siobhan McManus on 04.12.18 in Guest Blogs

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With around 4.5 million children in the UK living in poverty not having their basic needs met, how can we expect them to achieve at school?

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Preparing students for their future

Posted by Karen Reilly on 19.11.18 in Guest Blogs

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The importance of teaching students knowledge, critical understanding and transferable skills.

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Financial education is in need of its own bail-out

Posted by Manisha Sahdev on 04.11.18 in Guest Blogs

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How can flipped learning turn the concept of homework on its head and revolutionise the way students think about education, lessons, and homework.

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