Helping Anyone & Everyone Understand New Technologies

Blogs for students

In an effort to encourage writing and teach digital citizenship, we have recently set up blogs for students in our Milepost 3


Teaching English During Lockdown

Following the National Curriculum in England, our English programme of study has four key elements: Writing Reading Spoken language Spelling, vocabulary, grammar

blended learning

What is Blended Learning?

As part of our transition from e-learning to face-to-face classes, our teachers have embraced an educational approach known as ‘blended learning’.  This

Teaching Children Research Skills

Our ultimate purpose as teachers should be to enable students to become autonomous and independent learners.  Teaching children research skills is one of

STEAM Projects Using Cardboard Boxes

STEAM (Science, technology, engineering, art and maths) learning is commonly considered one of the best ways to prepare students for their future

TinkerCAD Lesson activities

Tinkercad is a free and easy-to-use app that allows students to design in 3D, which can then be printed using a 3D

Teaching Boys in the 21st Century

The teaching of boys  and young men deserves special consideration; for at least the last two decades, there has been increasing concern


Fostering human connection and mindfulness

Throughout history, human beings have inherently been social animals.  Our social and emotional well-being are naturally nurtured through making and maintaining human

Genius Hour Guidelines

Genius Hour is an enquiry-based learning process.  As a student-directed learning model, it is intended to give students the opportunity to explore