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Eco Committees and Learning Villages to inspire you.

Eco Committees and Learning Villages to inspire you.

Creative news from Wales and England to kick start the new school year!

Edujam - 12th September 2008

 
Becta Award Winner, Clunbury Primary School shows how its focus on creativity and online communities has inspired pupil collaboration and engagement

Becta Award Winner, Clunbury Primary School shows how its focus on creativity and online communities has inspired pupil collaboration and engagement

Clunbury Church of England Primary is a small rural school with big educational vision. Based in Shropshire and with 65 pupils on role, the school is run by Head Andy Davis, a keen blogger with a creative approach to implementing ICT across the curriculum. In November 07, Clunbury School won the Becta ICT Excellence Award for the best whole primary school. With technology viewed as an important enabler of teaching and learning, the school not only has a thriving computer club for parents, children and the community, collaborates with other schools but also a highly developed website blog that features parent and staff forums.

Edujam - 19th February 2008

 
Straits Primary School,

Straits Primary School, "Starters to Stars" Part Two

The Straits Primary School began using edujam in the last week of the autumn term 2006 and then continued to extend the opportunity to the rest of Year 5 during the Spring term.
Watch this space to read how six pupils soon became sixty who produced over 50 digital masterpieces and began to build their very own creative school community!

Straits Primary School, Dudley - 18th June 2007

 
Schools Receive their Little Book of Scribes

Schools Receive their Little Book of Scribes

Schools across the UK took delivery of their very own Little Book of Scribes this month; a compilation book of pupils' literacy work that they had published on Edujam.
Read what Michaela Morgan, the esteemed childrens author had to say about the pupils wonderful work in the full article.

Edujam - 5th February 2008

 
The Little Book of Scribes!

The Little Book of Scribes!

Pupils who are part of the Edujam community of schools have the opportunity to take part in an exciting new initiative that links online creativity with the time honoured art of book publishing.

They are joined by the esteemed author Michaela Morgan, who will judge the pupils’ work in an online competition to celebrate primary schools’ literacy achievements.

The top group of pupils will have their work published in a real book, which will be awarded to them to treasure for years to come.

Rachel Lawrence - 1st November 2007

 
Government Recognition for Edujam

Government Recognition for Edujam

Edujam is the first community interest company, cic, to be accepted onto a high growth program providing specialist support and expertise, funded by the Welsh Assembly Government.

Rachel Lawrence - 13th September 2007

 

"Their Space" new research into education for a digital generation

Demos the think tank for public services have published new research and identified that

"Young people are
spending their
time in a space
which adults
find difficult to
supervise or
understand .. .

www.demos.co.uk - 21st June 2007

 
Personalised Learning - NAACE Primary Focus

Personalised Learning - NAACE Primary Focus

This terms edition of Primary Focus looks at the ways in which personalised learning can be practically implemented in todays classroom.
One article looks at the ways that edujam can support a highly personalised approach in primary schools.

NAACE Primary Focus Summer 2007 - 6th June 2007

 
Safe social networking for primaries - by Merlin John

Safe social networking for primaries - by Merlin John

Top educational journalist Merlin John looks at edujams role in creative, responsible, online communities. Look out for reviews of edujams Roving Reporter and Director kits on www.merlinjohnonline.net in the future.

Merlin John - 7th March 2007

 
200 School Dinners Donated

200 School Dinners Donated

Dear all, Thank you for your replies to our christmas greeting from Pebble. This has donated 200 school dinners to encourage children living in poor communities to go to school and learn to read and write. Definitely food for thought!

EduJam - 19th January 2007

 

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