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Focus News Christmas Term

Focus News – Christmas Term 2017 … And 2017 is coming to a close… what a whirlwind of a year it’s been! Take a look at the highlights of the Autumn Term. Charity Fundraising It is important to us that we get involved in charity events and fundraising. This term... View Article

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Focus News Summer Term 2017

The Latest News from Focus Education We’ve had another jam-packed term at Focus Education and we are all ready and excited for the summer break. Here is a short but sweet round up of the Focus Education news from the Summer Term. Focus Education Technology  Our new website is now... View Article

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Focus News – Spring Term

The Latest News from Focus It’s been another busy term at Focus Education and we are ready for the Easter break. we have produced a quick round up of the Focus Education news from the Spring Term. Exciting Tech and Product Developments  We are in the process of developing our... View Article

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Focus Education at Inspiring Leadership 2017

 Focus Education at Inspiring Leadership 2017 What an unbelievably INSPIRING time we had at Inspiring Leadership this year. We loved meeting fantastic delegates and other exhibitors, and learning about different leadership experiences in the education world. We’d like to say a massive thank you to everyone who made our time... View Article

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World Book Day

World Book Day 2017 It’s that time of year again… World Book Day! The day celebrates authors, illustrators, books and reading. This year is its 20th Birthday. World Book Day encourages children to explore the pleasures of books and reading. We hope you have a fantastic day dressing up, and... View Article

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Children’s Mental Health

The 4th-10th February 2019 marks the fifth Children’s Mental Health Week in the UK. The week was set up by children’s mental health charity Place2Be to highlight the importance of children and young people’s mental health. Place2Be have found that children in every class have diagnosable mental health conditions and... View Article

High Expectations – What is it?

This blog is an extract taken from Defining High Expectations in Your School by Tim Nelson. To find out more click here.     As you may expect, many schools use the phrase ‘high expectations’ in their mission statement, prospectus, website and other similar material when describing outcomes for their... View Article

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Learning Challenge Curriculum Earth and Space Plan

Free Science Curriculum Template based on the Learning Challenge Curriculum Our science curriculum sample plan will help primary school science teachers provide pupils with fun and engaging science lessons whilst still covering the science curriculum. The plan covers Earth and space whilst also integrating the learning of other subjects such... View Article

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Wellbeing in schools

Wellbeing in schools Thank goodness you’re a people person he said as he strolled out the office. I sat in surprise and rolled the phrase around my head … A people person. It continued to float there for some time, I had never thought of myself as a people person,... View Article

Hindley Primary School, Wigan Case Study

Hindley Primary School serves a mixed area in Wigan. The proportion of pupils eligible for FSM is above average. The school has a range of awards and accreditations. Ofsted graded the school outstanding. How the school has used Focus Education We selected the six day package offered by Focus Education.... View Article

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