Warwickshire and Solihull: Latest News

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How can photography and videography lessons benefit children?

19th July 2019

Among UK schools surveyed, “nine in every 10 said they had cut back on lesson time, staff or facilities in at least one creative arts subject.” as reported by the BBC. This is especially unfortunate, as research has continuously demonstrated the benefits of creativity in schools. In addition...

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Coventry Viva! Vegan Festival

11th July 2019

WHERE: Coventry Cathedral, Priory Street, Coventry CV1 5FB WHEN: Saturday 3 August, 10:30am to 5pm ENTRY: Only £3 – under 16s go free! Skip the queues by buying tickets in advance: www.viva.org.uk/coventry   Coventry boasts an impressive array of...

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There’s so much to see and do at Compton Verney

11th July 2019

Join Compton Verney’s summer adventure for children and families as the art gallery throws open its doors and invites you to the one of the biggest holiday fun events this year. The gardens and grounds are filled with wildlife and paths through flower filled meadows. There are places to run, hide,...

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20% off labels at Stuck On You | Use discount code PRIMARY20

27th June 2019

Stuck On You are the name label experts, as can be seen by the high quality and sheer range of our label products. We have labels for anything and everything! Our Name Labels are microwave, dishwasher and freezer safe, making them perfect for food and drink containers, books, and medicine bottles,...

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Play with nature’s 'Etch A Sketch’

26th June 2019

We focus on sand art for families this summer – it’s free fun and washes itself away Primary Times offers inspiration from an expert who helped create the poignant commemorative beach tribute ‘Pages of the Sea.’ Sand art has become a compelling activity, capturing the imaginations...

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Archaeology: why we dig it

25th June 2019

Sequencing, developing chronological conceptual frameworks and spotting clues, Primary Times explores how the puzzle of the past enriches primary education Reading about people in the past can be a dry and dusty affair and for primary aged children, it can be limited by their reading ages and abilities....

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Goodbye and thank you Judith!

24th June 2019

Primary Times celebrates the life and works of Judith Kerr OBE, author and illustrator of The Tiger Who Came to Tea “A brilliantly talented artist and storyteller who gave the world an extraordinary body of work” – a sentiment shared by Judith Kerr’s publisher and echoed with...

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A toolkit for teaching kids about money-saving beyond the piggy bank

14th June 2019

Emerging research indicates that the UK has some of the lowest rates of financial literacy in Europe, a figure associated with a lack in financial lessons from a young age. As part of an ongoing effort to address the gap in financial literacy, the English national curriculum now mandates financial education...

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20th May 2019

Slim Your Bin is a campaign helping residents of Warwickshire to waste less and recycle more in order to slim their rubbish bins. By slimming your bin, you'll help to shrink your environmental footprint and save money at the same time! The more you do to Slim Your Bin, the more you can win for...

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