Sharing Photos @smugmug

Two years ago I wrote about sharing photos with parents, and at the time, I was dabbling in using Cloudup. Although this is a good service and is free, users are limited to 1000 uploads (approx 200gb per account). This won’t last long in a school that is...

Times Tables Rock

As many teachers will know, it is now a Year 4 expectation that children will know all of their times tables. This is obviously useful throughout the maths curriculum but I am not going to debate whether children should or shouldn’t learn them all. This post is...

Sharing Links

I am a little bit obsessed with finding tools that make it easy to collate and share links to websites. I had a look back through and realised I had blogged three times about this before. The latest, in 2010, being here. I think that it is very important for children...

Online Field Trips

I have been approached by the Eat Happy Project to spread the word of their good work. So this is a guest post, I hope you find it useful.   As part of my role as Social Enterprise coordinator, it is my job to find new and exciting projects; linking new and existing...

Cloud Storage

I saw a few articles recently, including this one and this one, that talked about Dropbox reducing its pricing structure so I thought it was worth looking to see how they stack up against what I was already doing. For those of you that don’t know, and there are...

Sharing Photos

How do you share photos with parents after a big event such as a school trip or residential? I don’t mean via a blog so that they can see them, I mean sharing so that they can get a copy of a picture of their child. I’ve used Picasa in the past as my...