Month: April 2017

Homemade Lemon Drizzle Cakes – Weekend Bake

Homemade Lemon Drizzle Cakes – Weekend Bake

I dont know about you but I love the smell and taste of lemons.   Nothing nicer on a Sunday afternoon than a cuppa and a lemon drizzle cupcake. Here is my version Heat oven to Gas Mark 4/5 Line Two x 12 Muffin Tins […]

Supporting a child with Challenging Behaviours

Supporting a child with Challenging Behaviours

Another of my leaflets that I designed ready for an Ofsted Inspection so that my colleagues had strategies to hand to support a child with a Special Educational Need barrier, and thus enable them fully to achieve This is about supporting a child with challenging […]

Supporting a child with Dyslexia

Supporting a child with Dyslexia

During my time in Mainstream Education I worked with several children with Dyslexia.   I also created a ‘How to support’ leaflet for my colleagues to use during an Ofsted Visit. Here are some details that may help you to support a child with Dyslexia. […]

Using your creative skills

Using your creative skills

I love Cross Stitch and love finding different ways of displaying the same.     Sometimes your mojo disappears and I have found a new way, cant remember where I saw it first, of using your creative skills and imagination in a really quick stitch. […]

Baked Raspberry and Lemon Cheesecake

Baked Raspberry and Lemon Cheesecake

You will need an 8 or 9 inch springloaded cake tin (mine is quite deep) Heat oven to Gas Mark 3/4 Base :- 200g of Dijestive Biscuits ot Ginger if you prefer  (made into crumbs) 75g butter. Into a pan put the butter and melt. […]

Supporting a child with Dyspraxia

Supporting a child with Dyspraxia

Throughout my time in Mainstream Education, I worked with several children who had Dyspraxia.  For an Ofsted Visit we were due I created some How to help leaflets for various SEN barriers that children may have. These are details of how to support a child […]

An evening at Hotter

An evening at Hotter

The three of us, Hannah, Carly and myself, set off on an evening of fun and laughter.   The journey, considering the time we left, from Coventry to Solihull, was a pleasant one and a lot of traffic was missed.   The only thing that […]

Supporting a child with Aspergers

Supporting a child with Aspergers

Throughout my time working in Mainstream Education, my specialism was always Autism and its many traits. For one Ofsted observation, at the school I was then working at as a Special Needs Manager, I created a series of leaflets for the departments, about various SEN […]

Home made Coffee Cake

Home made Coffee Cake

10oz caster sugar 10oz butter 10oz self raising flour 5 eggs Coffee essence or camp coffee (about a tablespoon) 2 cakes tins (mine were spring loaded) 8  inch base lined with grease proof paper Preheat oven to gas mark 5 Into a bowl place the […]

“Ullo John gotta new motor”

“Ullo John gotta new motor”

Coining a phrase from Alexei Sayle from 1982, ‘Ullo John gotta new motor”, the new jigsaw in the Ravensburger range is called ‘Car Lot’. When purchased the jigsaw is fully sealed and shows on the front the main details. So this puzzle is 1000 pieces […]

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