National Children’s Day UK

Get ready to play on National Children’s Day on 14th May 2017 for details about how to get involved browse over to the event website here.

“National Children’s Day UK is all about the importance of a healthy childhood and how we need to protect the rights and freedoms of children in order to ensure that they can grow into happy, healthy adults.”

Source: NCDUK

Book Review: Let’s Find Fred

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Let’s Find Fred Steven Lenton Scholastic It’s early evening in Garden City Zoo; all the animals are snuggled up ready for sleep, all that is except one. Fred is anything but ready for his bedtime story; in fact he’s off on an adventure … albeit with zookeeper Fred on his trusty old motor scooter, […]

via Let’s Find Fred — Red Reading Hub – Jillrbennett’s Reviews of Children’s Books

Book Review: Thank you, Mr. Panda

Thank You, Mr Panda Steve Antony Hodder Children’s Books Mr Panda’s back in story number three – hurray! This might just be my favourite to date; the final spread certainly had me laughing out loud in delight; and I absolutely love the return of those doughnuts. Mr P. has five beautifully wrapped parcels and as […]

via Thank You, Mr Panda — Red Reading Hub – Jillrbennett’s Reviews of Children’s Books

Book Review: The Hamster

The Hamster Book Silvia Borando Walker Books I’m a huge Minibombo (Shapes Reshape!, Open Up Please!) enthusiast and so was thrilled so see the latest book in Silvia Borando’s superb series. Here, in tandem with an authorial narrative is – in similar fashion to Hervé Tulllet – a series of instructions (in blue print), kind […]

via The Hamster Book — Red Reading Hub – Jillrbennett’s Reviews of Children’s Books

Resource: Practical Politics by Titus Alexander

Timely and topical resource that should feature in every educator’s tool kit. As a Post 16 Educator involved in the delivery of subjects such as social cultural and spiritual studies and citizenship, I was very interested to read about this new title and have ordered a copy. This blog post from the IOE (Institute of Education) London Blog explains more about it. Should make for some more informed lessons and discussions.