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Good luck to everyone taking their GCSE Maths exams next week. 
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This is an incredible illusion.
 
Stare at this pic carefully and you will see this man turn his face (Not an animation)

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In preparation for the Jubilee Celebrations... Did you know that the queen has sat for 129 portraits during her reign? This and 59 other facts are shared in this interesting piece by the The Independent.
1 On a state visit to Brazil in 1968, the Queen was given two sloths. The animal gifts she receives tend to be placed in zoos, though a horse donated by Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands was housed in ...
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What do you think? Do you agree?
 
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Good teachers will use the best tools/props available to inform pupils of the subject being taught.  Bad/lazy teachers can rely upon methods that ease the teaching of subject matter without realizing that the subject is not understood by pupils.

Good teachers will also see the benefit of new methods, so long as they understand them.  No teacher should use methods to teach that they feel unsure of. So overtime technology will be more and more crucial in the classroom
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Have you seen the Olympic torch yet? If you're still waiting for it to arrive in your part of the country then get yourself in the mood with these historic facts and figures about the torch.
Berlin 1936. © 1936 / Comité International Olympique (CIO). - Number of torchbearers: 3 331. - Total distance: 3 187 km (including special stages in Kiel and Grünau). - Countries crossed: Greece, Bulg...
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Have a wonderful Jubilee weekend!
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Maths is applied to every day life with a look at probability in this fascinating video.
The Oxford mathematician introduces the everyday maths of probability, including why the casino always wins at roulette and how to maximise your chances of scooping a fortune in a lottery. Check out o...
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This game looks brilliant - something to entertain young minds for quite some time!
 
IT • GAMES • Tired from Tetris on PC ? Tetris Link ...
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Have you got your towel with you today?
 
Don't forget your towel tomorrow!
Towel Day on May 25 is an occasion for true Douglas Adams fans to stress the significance of towels. According to Adams's most famous work, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, a towel is after all \...
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Brilliant opportunity to put your photographic skills to good use and win £100 to spend at Amazon.
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What are your views on the way maths GCSE is taught and assessed?
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