Urban Swale Partnership, Kent – Day 1

| January 6, 2009 | 3 Comments 

Day One of the ‘Myst Launch’ in Urban Swale, Kent and the conference is hosted by Fulston Manor School.







We were joined by colleagues from many primary schools within the Urban Swale Partnership, which included  Wood Grove Primary School, West Minster Primary School,  Newington C of E Primary School, Grove Park Primary School, Regis Manor Community Primary School, Richmond Primary School, Queenborough Primary School, Milton Court Primary School, Eastchurch C or E Primary School, Holywell Primary School, St Peter’s Catholic Primary School, Lower Halstow Primary School, St Edwards RCP School, Kemsley Primary School, Capel-le-ferne Primary School and Minster CP School.

Poor Matt, an unsuspecting delegate on the course today, wanted to know more about Crazy Talk.

We took a picture of him and got a colleague, Ann, to give a voice to his worries etc! Fun!

(We will upload a YouTube of the video here… when it works!)

Crazy Talk is proving to be a really creative and useful tool.A big thank you to Kath Cleggett and Carolyn Lewis for organising a fun filled day. It is the start of a four day project, including three days working in a variety of local schools. We are in Kent for most of January, after giving a keynote presentation at the Kent ICT Conference, which created a lot of interest and buzz.

Perhaps we should get our own marked parking bay?! 🙂

Category: 1) Events and Training days

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  1. Simon Krafft says:

    Thanks for today, very inspiring. I’m looking forward to seeing you apply this in the classroom on Friday and in turn seeing how my class respond! Excellent day!

  2. Tim Harwood says:

    A fantastic day – can’t wait to see some of the boys in my school be as inspired as I was today!

  3. Had a great day today, once I overcame the nerves that your reputation instills! Thank you.

    Thank you for your lovely comment Clare. I don’t know what you mean by reputation! I don’t bite! If I do bite, I always give the bits back! 🙂

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