Activity Passport for Parents

For Parents @LTeacher123 on Twitter says: Things I’d like to add to the activity passport for parents to do: Teach their child to tell the time, tie […]

League Tables for Activity Passports?

Red Tape The title of this post was part of the headline in a recent TES article by Michael Tidd. I guess the sub editor wanted […]

50 Things – Bishop Henderson

Appeal to Parents Bishop Henderson Primary School wants to encourage parents to promote outdoor experiences for their children. Join us in promoting your child’s positive outdoor […]

70 Things at Longwood Primary

Mark Twain Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So […]

Create Your Own Activity Passport

Do Your Own Thing If you like the idea of an Activity Passport but don’t like the activities that the DfE has chosen or you don’t […]

Damian Hinds’ Guidance

When I first became Education Secretary, almost a year ago, I went around asking everyone I met what they wanted for their children.

Children’s University & Activity Passports

Charitable Trust The Children’s University (CU) Trust is a charitable trust that provides 7 to 14 year olds (and 5 to 6 year olds with their […]

So What Is An Activity Passport?

Am I Missing Something? You could have been a teacher all your working life and think you have heard of everything in UK education. Recently you have […]

Free Resources for Parents & Teachers

Free Materials As a parent or teacher wanting to support the use of Activity Passports with children, you might be looking for resources to help you. […]