How to create a great school website with WordPress
Developing your old website, let alone creating a new one can be a daunting and potentially expensive prospect. Mike Khorev suggests that understanding the basics puts a school in control of the process, while minimizing costs.
The question of censorship in international school libraries
It is inevitable that at some point in a librarian’s career the suitability of their stock choice will be questioned. Sally Flint knows that in an international school library this is not an infrequent problem. What to do?
December stories for children
It’s that time again with rehearsals for a festive show/performance, assessments & report writing, parties to organise, etc. etc. Curated by Jan Homden here are stories on line to dip into over the coming weeks that are all beautifully narrated.
Since being knee high to a grasshopper Sally Flint has been reading books. Writing and education have been her passions. It was inevitable that she would become an English teacher and librarian! Here she offers six tips for transforming a good library into a great learning hub.
Some special days in September you might like to celebrate with your class. Lots to choose from.
Jan Homden has put together a list of ideas for those special days to celebrate in September: Read a Book Day, National Grandparent’s Day, Teddy Bear Day, Moon Festival, Hug Your Hound Day, Rice Krispie Treat Day and Comic Book Day.
The role of a Technology Integration specialist
Investing in technology is now a fundamental part of my school, as it is in many schools today, writes Nathan Still. Part of that investment here at Cairo English School is my role as Technology Integration Specialist. Bridging the gap between teaching and IT.