Posts tagged: The Hub

Eek! It’s my assembly tomorrow!

Ever had that feeling when you realise it’s your assembly tomorrow and you’ve nothing prepared? Cast that feeling aside, as you can now just log on to The Hub and visit the SLT guidance and support area and find a range of grab-and-go-assemblies.   Each month we’ll be posting a selection of assemblies based on… Read more

Cornerstones Online – new features and updates

Cornerstones Online keeps getting better – our latest updates include new icons, a brand new report and improved security. To experience Cornerstones Online, make sure you are using an up-to-date browser (Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge or Safari work best) and keep checking our blog for updates. Cornerstones Hub The Cornerstones Hub has had a makeover!… Read more

We’re coming to Cardiff – book your free place on our Cornerstones Curriculum Conference now!

Back in November, we held our first ever Cornerstones Curriculum Conference in Swansea. It was a fantastic day of talks, workshops and networking. To hear more about the most recent changes to the Welsh curriculum and find out how Cornerstones can support you with implementing the new Welsh national curriculum, then come along to The… Read more

Lighten the load – lesson planning

Teacher workload is at an all-time high. Stress, sickness, absence, and burn-out are all commonplace leading to a crisis in teacher recruitment and retention. For decades ‘excessive workload’ and ‘poor work/life balance’ issues have been ever-present in the news. Such matters have been chewed over and cried over by teachers, unions and government without ever… Read more

Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot – free audio resource to help teach the story behind Bonfire Night

It’s that time of year again – the weather’s turning colder, the nights are drawing in, and Bonfire Night is just around the corner. It’s an exciting time of year but what’s the story behind the bonfire? Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot To help introduce the story of Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot of… Read more

Your guide to delivering the Cornerstones Curriculum

In last week’s blog post, we brought you our top tips to get you started with Cornerstones – this week we’re bringing you a guide to the Cornerstones pedagogy and our tips for delivering the Cornerstones Curriculum. The Four Cornerstones The Cornerstones pedagogy, the Four Cornerstones, form the structure on which the Cornerstones Curriculum is… Read more

Building character and resilience in every child

The government white paper Educational Excellence Everywhere highlighted the importance of building character and resilience in every child. Most schools already have a range of approaches, schemes and methods for doing this – for example, through the school ethos, behaviour policy or extra-curricular activities. The Cornerstones pedagogy, the Four Cornerstones (which form the structure on… Read more