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  • Tudor Facts

    Tudor Facts

    The Tudors are one of the most famous royal families in British history and the Tudor era is a fascinating one to explore with your KS2 children. Check out these Tudor facts to learn more about this key period: When was the Tudor period? The Tudor...

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  • How to Create an Inclusive Classroom: 12 Tips for Teachers

    How to Create an Inclusive Classroom: 12 Tips for Teachers

    Inclusion is a word that gets thrown around a lot in education, particularly in England and Wales, where the National Curriculum dictates that schools and teachers ensure all pupils are included in effective learning, regardless of their individual needs. But what does inclusion actually mean, in the context of...

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  • Facts about Volcanoes for Children and Teachers

    Facts about Volcanoes for Children and Teachers

    Here are some fascinating facts about volcanoes: Where are volcanoes found? Volcanoes are mainly found where two of the earth's tectonic plates join. Lots of them are found in an area called the Ring of Fire. The Ring of Fire goes around the edge of the Pacific Ocean.    ...

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  • African Animal Facts for children and teachers

    African Animal Facts for children and teachers

    Some of the most famous animals in the world are found in Africa. Check out these fascinating African animal facts:    What is the largest African animal?   The African elephant is the largest living land mammal. It can weigh more than 6 tonnes! Male elephants can be...

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  • Romans Facts for KS2 Children and Teachers

    Romans Facts for KS2 Children and Teachers

    The Romans were a fascinating civilisation that lasted for 500 years. Check out these fascinating Roman facts: Who were the Romans? The ancient Roman civilisation began in 753 BC when King Romulus founded the city of Rome (naming it after himself). Over the next thousand years...

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