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  • Flexible working for schools
    October 21, 2021 Emma Shingleton

    Flexible working for schools

    For many professionals worldwide, the pandemic has flipped the once traditional office-based role on its head...but what about teaching? We asked a number of teachers how they felt about flexibility in schools. Read on to find out what they said. 
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  • Tudor Crime and Punishment
    October 20, 2021 Laura Steele

    Tudor Crime and Punishment

    What was crime and punishment in Tudor times like? What was a ducking stool? What was the penalty for being a drunkard? Find out the answers to these questions and more in our Tudor Crime and Punishment blog!

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  • Apartheid KS2 Facts for children
    September 14, 2021 Emma Shingleton

    Apartheid for KS2 Children

    South African society was ruled by a system called apartheid from 1948 until 1994. But what was apartheid and how did affect people? 
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  • Decolonising The Curriculum Roundup Blog
    September 2, 2021 Emma Shingleton

    Decolonising The Curriculum Roundup Blog

    Change happens a little at a time and the word ‘decolonise’ has continued to make an appearance in the headlines over the past year. Here at PlanBee we have pledged to continue to improve and create new resources that are both representative and diverse. Find out how we are continuing our mission to decolonise the curriculum. 
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  • National TA Day
    September 2, 2021 Catherine Lynch

    National TA Day

    Teaching Assistants are integral for keeping schools running smoothly and at PlanBee we value them immensely. To celebrate National TA day on September 16th we found out what it is like walking in their shoes. 
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  • Jeans for Genes
    September 1, 2021 Becky Cranham

    Jeans for Genes

    Every year, people across the country hold events for Jeans for Genes Week (13th-19th September 2021) to raise money for children affected by genetic disorders. But what are genes, what is a genetic disorder and how do genetic disorders affect people? Let’s find out! 
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