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"Curriculum Visions has been a god send during Lockdown. Top quality resources and reading materials. Thank you."
"There is lots available through CV that would be useful for Nursery."
"There is so much on there so it will be really useful for us and exciting for the children. Thanks again for your help today."
About the field trip booklets: "Really excellent. I could have done with this when I was teaching [the topic]" (Well, they are there when you teach it again! - B)
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(1) You may have noticed we are now introducing dual level books, and many of these are audiobooks, too. These are designed to maximise the range of students in ability and ages who will find something useful. They read out automatically for students who cannot read as well as others, and hyperlinks take the more able to further detail. They are really exciting, and the latest even includes the title 'Why kids hate veggies'. Find them in the library.
(2) I am very keen to find new ways to support people with different skills. So we have introduced a new way of learning after school: a kind of Curriculum 'Newsround' for students to get important ideas all conveyed in a few minutes. It pops up at about 6pm and ends about 10pm. Just one topic a week, unless you tell me you would like it to change to daily. Let me know if you think times should change. Also excellent for people who learn in different ways, and also for those with visual difficulties. It started yesterday evening. Take a look.
(3) Plan to use our academy teaching as a backup/reinforcement/overview in Geography, History, Religion and Science with the Academy LESSONS. Includes teacher-led video with worksheets and answers. For class, catch up, teachers covering colleagues + out of school illnesses. Click here or the academy button on the home screen. Gives lesson plans, lessons and answers....
(4) Report bugs. If there weren't strange bugs here and there in a website of 750,000+ files, it wouldn't be called software. It would be called Make Believe. So if you do notice any bugs, please let us know at our technical support desk and we'll have a fix for you as fast as we possibly can.
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