Posts Tagged "literacy"

“When Anna met Alice” – how we collaborated with Fieldwork Education and The IPC

At now>press>play, we’ve been aware of the fantastic work of the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) for a long time. Some of the very first schools we worked with followed the IPC and one of our first Experiences – Mission to…

2016…what a year!

2016…what a year!

Lend Me Your Ears! Well. 2016. What a… year. Whilst it frequently felt like the wheels were coming off the world, it’s been an exciting time at now>press>play HQ as we continue our mission to make education fun, exciting and…

“High Ability Not Necessarily High Achievers” – A Conversation with Denise Yates, Potential Plus UK

“High Ability Not Necessarily High Achievers” – A Conversation with Denise Yates, Potential Plus UK

now>press>play recently had the pleasure of meeting with Denise Yates, Chief Executive of Potential Plus UK. We asked her to tell us more about Potential Plus and the work that the organisation does…. It is assumed that our highest ability…

National Storytelling Week

National Storytelling Week

Next week is National Storytelling Week and boy, do we love stories! National Storytelling Week has been happening for 16 years. It is an annual event held by the Society of Storytelling where children and adults of all ages can…

International Literacy Day

International Literacy Day

Around 1 in 5 or 776 million adults worldwide can’t write their own name or read a line from a book (In the UK 1 in 6 people struggle with literacy). On 8th September each year the International Literacy Day encourages…