Senior leaders and Governing bodies are trying to work out how to provide a safe learning environment so that children can return to school as soon as possible. Being an education company we want to help and support in any way we can. We have managed to source supplies which may well help in creating a safe learning environment and also give pupils, staff and parents confidence in the school procedures. We are happy for a school to order small quantities so that money is not tied up in stock. We are happy to work with you to work out weekly or monthly regular orders. If you find you do not need to order on one week or month then let us know and we can defer the order. We are here to help you maximise your budget.
We have a variety of products available please see below.
Price: £3.85 (500ml) excl VAT and delivery
Three-ply medical mask.
Pleated with ear loops
3 ply / 3 layer construction
Splash resistant protection against blood and bodily fluids
Price: £20.00 (pack of 50) excl delivery
Tight-fitting respirators create a seal with the wearers face to protect from harmful pathogens
Provides two-way protection by filtering inflow and outflow of air
Prevents 95% of particles >0.3 microns in size
Price: £ 7.00 (pack of 5) excl delivery
Please contact us with your requirements firstname.lastname@example.org tel. 07949293995
9:00 am arrived on Monday 11th May and the Early Years children began filtering through the NBIS gate. At the gate they had their health code checked, handed in their health declaration form, said goodbye to their parents, and were meet by Early Years teachers who then guided them to their classrooms. Other Early Years children caught their school bus in the morning. They had their temperature taken and green health code checked by their bus teacher. This has now become part of their new daily routine. While some things have changed others have stayed the same.
Ningbo International School click to see how the return was managed. NBIS
We have all worked tremendously hard to ensure learning carries on for our young people in this country, We have placed resources online, we have Tweeted successes and joined Social Media projects to learn more about online learning. We have had problems! Access for some families, engagement issues with others. Technology resource overload has been a problem for some being hit with so many resources over a short space of time.
For another perspective find out what is happening in another country Senegal.
Insight Resources are giving away their fantastic visual Micro:bit programming app for free. As our young people are not at school they thought it would be a good idea to engage young people in programming the Microbit. Mr Bit is a visual way to code the Micro:bit using plain english so that the connections to the program are simplified. Share the link and get our young people programming while they are at home. Schools who are open and catering for key worker children are also eligible to down load the free software. ENJOY!
What is Bebras Bebras is an international initiative aiming to promote Informatics (Computer Science, or Computing) and computational thinking among school students at all ages. Participants are usually supervised by teachers who may integrate the Bebras challenge in their teaching activities. The challenge is performed at schools using computers or mobile devices.
What does Computational Thinking involve? Computational thinking involves using a set of problem-solving skills and techniques that software engineers use to write programs and apps. The Bebras challenge promotes problem solving skills and Informatics concepts including the ability to break down complex tasks into simpler components, algorithm design, pattern recognition, pattern generalisation and abstraction. More about computational thinking.
Dates The second week of November is declared as World-Wide BEBRAS week for solving tasks. Some countries extended it to two weeks. Many countries run all-year-round Bebras activities like participants awarding events, second round of the challenge, summer campus, teacher workshops, collecting statistics and writing research papers.Read more…
I love the way language evolves and I read with difficulty old english where ‘f’ is pronounced as ‘s’. There is a certain mystique to how the words evolve. However I have noticed a trend that is becoming more and more pronounced (sorry)! It is the way that many people are pronouncing ‘St’ as ‘Sh’ so we now have people talking about
Shudents, Shrength, Shtory, Shtaight, Shtampede.
Where has this come from? The nearest I can imagine is that Sean Connery as OO7 is making a comeback “Shurely shome mistake”
I would welcome anyone’s comments on this phenomenon and also any helpful hints how to ‘shtop’ this latest trend!