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New media learning resources for Citizenship, Careers Education, PSE, Early Years and Personal and Social Education using key skills. Specialist Internet sites, e-Bulletins and updates support all compact discs. Read more →

Assembly and Circle Time  - Free SMSC PSHE Lesson Plans and Scheme of WorkAssembly Concept and Theme: MeStart with the learner’s immediate needs and the environment. Present, discuss and highlight the importance of the family, the home, friendship, care, love, warmth and kindness to others, personal likes and dislikes in food, clothes and eventsFree Lesson Plans and Scheme of Work Read more →

Bendrigg Trust specialises in delivering high quality courses for disabled and disadvantaged people. We aim to promote inclusion, encourage independence and build self-confidence through the safe provision of adventurous activities. Read more →

Angst and rage are a feature of the UK's welfare payments system. A Salford resident, commentator, and writer, Gary Knapton, explores key issues on the impact of Universal Credit payments in videos showcasing key issues. Taking an ethical viewpoint Knapton develops key themes and describes how citizens address the governments systemic failings. Read more →

Here is a Twitter video of an HR36 approaching Scaloway on a mid-summers evening. Making landfall after two days out of Torshavn, Faroe Islands, the yacht encountered calm and benign conditions after turbulent conditions on the previous voyage. Read more →

Another issue is the tidal currents in the Faroes. Although the rise and fall is only a meter or less, the currents generated through the many narrow passages can be fierce, and the overfalls (breaking standing waves) near the entrances to these passages can be frightening and may be dangerous. A local publication with hourly diagrams called Tidal Current Around the Faroe Islands created by Fischer Heinesen is worth having aboard — but is presumably only available after you get there and is useless unless you have local knowledge of when high water occurs. Read more →

I was brought up on the River Hamble near the Moody yard where the Moody 31 was built. The Kemp spars come from Southampton. I jumped at the opportunity to sail this yacht. Solidly constructed and a sound yacht to sail we had great fun in contrasting weather cruising the Hebrides. The Eberspacher heater was put to good use, Read more →

Reluctantly selling our lovely van as we're not getting much use from it due to demands of a young family and change of job. 4 berth 6 belted seats 2 front swivel captains seats Full width folding double bed Pop-up roof with bed board and additional thermal blackout screen Insulated and carpeted throughout Fiamma F45s side awning Tinted widows in rear with fitted blackout curtains 19" Range Rover alloys Dimmable LED lights in rear with additional lights for roof bed 12v leisure battery runs LEDs and usb ports 5 CD changer 212000 miles MOT to April 2020 Recently replaced oil sump with full oil service New battery In last 5 years has also had new cylinder head including cam, reconditioned injectors, water pump and new turbo. Read more →

The aim will be to try and develop a modern approach to oral storytelling, with alliteration and repetition, of language aimed at 7 -10 years old. Although the contents will include some dark themes, they will not be explicit. All stories will be uplifting. Audio content will be added to the multimedia editing timeline. Here, visual images, videos, photographs, texts and additional audio SFX will be added. Read more →

he South Lancaster Speakers Club's Education Director, Diana Douglas, led a specialist training event aimed at developing public speaking and communications skills to enhance confidence and presentation skills. The topic of 'Water' was given to the SLSC members who had ten minutes to prepare their speeches: Read more →