Headroom - Empower your creative community

A growing base of pupils in primary schools building their own creative community with edujam have produced thousands of digital masterpieces covering an extensive range of topics and this continues to grow every day.

Many of the creative outputs are produced from activity based learning of core themes in the curriculum. 


It seems that using examples of work created by other pupils can be very inspiring and pupils love it when teachers promote their good work!

Andy Davis , Headteacher from Clunbury Primary School commented; “As well as their own resources, teachers can use pupils’ work as teaching tools which is a fantastic way of promoting good work.”

Teachers registered to a school using edujam can search for examples of work. Popular search terms used by staff are:

Alien Football Pirate
Anger Global Warming Planets
Animals Haiku Plants
Bedtime Hand Queen Victoria
Cat How to Scrooge
Complaint India Solar System
Costume Interview Stephenson
Desmond Tutu Joan of Arc Treasure Island
Dog Light Tudor
Egypt Memory Box Wolf
Engineering Myths World War 2
E-safety News Roman
Fable Nile Fairtrade
Family Not Now
Fish Pig  


Simply Login to assess work by entering your Jam ID and password in the boxes on the right, click on the Staff Room button and then select from the menu, Search existing Jams,

Select a Keystage, Subject if you wish or just enter a keyword such as the examples above if you are looking for a particular theme or topic.

Examples of pupils work, in a range of artforms including, literacy, pictures, readings, audio, powerpoint presentations, animations and video can be accessed to inspire the pupils in your class. 

Edujam cic was founded as a community interest company to ensure an appropriate and sustainable legal framework existed to encourage the safe sharing of creative outputs by members of staff registered to a school. We hope that your teaching staff will wish to add the enjoyment of sharing creative outputs from other pupils to their classroom activities and in this way promote examples of good work.