Monthly Archives: October 2014

Issue 142: Welcome to the Jungle

Welcome – or should I say “Welcome Back”? I’ve had one thing after another through the whole of October, and updating the Music Jungle has been right at the back of the list. I guess that’s what happens in the Autumn … Continue reading

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Issue 142: My most useful resource

Well, I expect there are plenty of other resources that would qualify for this title, depending on what I am doing at the time. However, my bag of 35 small plastic bottles like these (I got them in apple, pear, … Continue reading

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Issue 142: The BBC Ten Pieces DVD

  Just get hold of it, and show it to your class on as big a screen as possible. They will be spellbound. I issued my year 5 and 6 children with a clipboard, pencil and paper and asked them … Continue reading

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Issue 142: Rehearsing with an exam candidate

Today I had a run-through with a candidate who I will be accompanying in a couple of week’s time. It gives me an opportunity to raise a issue which is dear to my heart, and I KNOW that I have … Continue reading

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