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19/10/20

Ben deserves an MBE or some such honour in recognition of how he always hits the nail on the head and getting the message bang on for young children. https://t.co/9WAB67HnZw

17/10/20

This is just wonderful. Lucky children to be supported by such adults in school.

17/10/20

‘You can be strong and you can be kind.’ Now there’s a lesson for our pupils. https://t.co/oKD6NIsSfF

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16/10/20

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Primary school children are working on their health & fitness thanks to an investment in gym equipment. (Harlow) (Stansted) each had an investment of £3k in outdoor facilities. https://t.co/pmuujHUYHC https://t.co/eWxBCny307

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15/10/20

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Captain Tom Moore

I am fortunate to have a wonderfully close family but there are 225k older people across the UK who can go over a week without speaking to anyone. Please take the time to listen to others and … you never know what words you may get back! https://t.co/Z7Vk9ryek8

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15/10/20

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early play

Before we ever put a pencil in a child’s hands, those hands should dig, climb, press, pull, squish, twist, and pinch in a wide array of environments and with a variety of materials. - Amanda Morgan https://t.co/DlJvilDjhL

15/10/20

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Dr Chris Moore

Such an important message, not just for children but adults as well. Empathy is the bedrock of effective relationships. More empathy and understanding can build a tolerant and compassionate community. https://t.co/YtQb6ACTPW

15/10/20

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Department for Education

If your child is unwell, but isn’t displaying any of the three coronavirus symptoms, there’s no need to book a test. After they’ve recovered, they can return straight back to school. .

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14/10/20

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James Timpson

This is how our company hierarchy works. https://t.co/OP1n4z7OoU

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14/10/20

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The Body Coach

💙 https://t.co/wSGvDnB9q9

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13/10/20

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Essex County Council

cases in are now increasing rapidly. To combat the sharp increase and flatten the curve of infection before it puts strain on our hospitals and economy, Essex leaders have asked that the County moves into the new ‘High Level’ restrictions as soon as practicable. https://t.co/TrO5YXAzfN

07/10/20

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Gregory Mansfield

I am a disabled person. I do not have special needs. I am a wheelchair user. I do not have special needs I need access, accommodation and equity. These are not special needs. They are the needs of every human being.

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07/10/20

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CBeebies Grown-Ups 🎉

Grandparents? 👩🏼‍🦳👨🏼‍🦳 NHS? 🏥 Hugs? 💕 2020 has made us appreciate so much! https://t.co/sCXy1upwne

07/10/20

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Scott McCracken 😷

In honour of Black History Month this October, Cambridge are offering free access to The Cambridge History of Black and Asian British Writing edited by Susheila Nasta. https://t.co/IAZdsJWrhn

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06/10/20

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BMAT

Out Now! The new issue of Latitude - The magazine for BMAT Schools, Parents and Communities. Read it online here - https://t.co/aqc2Xy6VVz https://t.co/yyC20xOlAN

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03/10/20

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Duke Skywalker

Count On Me by Miguel Tanco is a superb picture book all about - Katherine shares how mathematics surrounds her. Love the maths journal at the end with explanations for readers. A seriously good way to inspire children to explore the maths around them https://t.co/U91ZWmHKDh

03/10/20

What would you ask Sir David Attenborough? https://t.co/lHBRCerq9R

03/10/20

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NHS

After a tough year, lots of kids are feeling unsettled. Every Mind Matters is here to help support their mental wellbeing.

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28/09/20

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BMAT

Sir Frederick Gibberd College in Harlow, Essex, have a vacancy for a Science Teacher. For more information visit - https://t.co/DkJXfTkoUp https://t.co/aA25yFam5h

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26/09/20

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Ian Eagleton #TheRealm

Yay! To celebrate the news that our Shakespeare-themed picture book Violet’s Tempest is being published next year, I’ve got a copy of What’s So Special About Shakespeare by to ! Just RT (no need to follow!). I’ll pick the winner on 28.9.20. UK only! https://t.co/lKmdjnCMpj

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Phonics

Pupils are taught to read by using phonics. At Magna Carta, we follow Ruth Miskin’s Read, Write Inc. Phonics programme. This is taught in Reception and key stage 1, and as an intervention programme when needed for pupils in key stage 2. 

Read Write Inc. Phonics teaches pupils to read accurately and fluently with good comprehension. They learn to form each letter, spell correctly, and compose their ideas step-by-step. Pupils learn the English alphabetic code: first they learn one way to read the 40+ sounds and blend these sounds into words, then learn to read the same sounds with alternative graphemes.

They experience success from the very beginning. Lively phonic books are closely matched to their increasing knowledge of phonics and ‘tricky’ words and, as pupils re-read the stories, their fluency increases.

Along with a thought-provoking introduction, prompts for thinking out loud and discussion, pupils are helped to read with a storyteller’s voice.

Pupils write every day, rehearsing out loud what they want to say, before spelling the words using the graphemes and ‘tricky’ words they know.

They practise handwriting every day: sitting at a table comfortably, they learn correct letter formation and how to join letters speedily and legibly.

Pupils’ composition (ideas, vocabulary and grammar) is developed by drawing on their own experiences and talking about the stories they read.

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