Tag Archives: CPD

How to ensure your school blog project is a success

We’ve been building blogsites for seven years and although most of our customers renew their site hosting with us year on year (we’ve just sent our first customer their 8th annual invoice!), a few blogs wither and die, unloved and   ignored. Despite the best of intentions blogging just doesn’t take off for one reason […]

2 Comments Continue Reading →

Blogging with Deputy Mitchell

I am delighted to be able to announce a series of 3 roadshows with myself and David Mitchell entitled “#EmbeditwithMitchellandSutton.” To most of you, David needs no introduction. Since starting Heathfield Primary School’s blogsite 3 years ago he has developed an international reputation as someone who can harness the power of blogs to make a […]

6 Comments Continue Reading →

Blogging, It’s All About The Audience

If you have never blogged before and you want to find out more about this technology and how schools are using it to engage with their pupils in new and exciting ways, then why not come along to one of our free seminars entitled, “Blogging, It’s All About The Audience.” Not only will you get […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →

Teachmeet Blackpool, where next?

Last Thursday I attended Teachmeet Blackpool at Hawes Side primary school. Teachers, Jim Maloney of Hawes Side and Tom Sale of Mereside were the movers and shakers and managed to get a great attendance from local primary schools. As usual it was good to renew acquaintances with colleagues such as Peter Rafferty from Green Park, […]

7 Comments Continue Reading →

Blogging in Wakefield

It was great to meet so many teachers at today’s Yorkshire Purchasing Organisation’s HQ in Wakefield. The first half of the day was run by Blue Peter award winning author, Alan Gibbons, whose blog, I’m proud to say, is hosted by me at http://alangibbons.net Alan’s theme was making the most of an author visit and […]

Leave a comment Continue Reading →