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Issue 3 - Poundland Pedagogy

This week's issue focuses on how to be creative in your classroom on a shoestring budget. It will demonstrate that not all resources have to be shiny, digital and expensive. Many teachers are joining in the Poundland Pedagogy craze of raiding cheap high street stores to create fantastic learning opportunities for their students. Get your creative hats on and go shopping!

Inspiration In The Aisles

Education consultant Isabella Wallace describes how high street pound stores can be an Aladdin's Cave for innovative teachers.

Read Isabella's blog post - 'Inspiration in the Aisles'

Lets Get Creative

Mandy Lawson, English curriculum leader at Seaton Burn College in Northumberland shows us how she has joined in the Poundland Pedagogy craze with a number of different items bought for just a pound!

Read Mandy's blog post - 'I Went to the pound shop and bought......'

Cheap Shops, Brilliant Lessons

AST in teaching and learning, Amjad Ali from The Bulmershe School in Woodley, Reading gives us a visual run down of a whole host of every day items that can bring some creativity to your lessons for next to nothing.

Read Amjad's blog post - 'Cheap Shops, Brilliant Lessons'

Poundland Pedagogy on Twitter

Search the hashtag #poundlandpedagogy on Twitter to see all the ways that teachers are being creative with their purchases.

Credits and Sharing

Edited by Jon Tait, Assistant Head Teacher at Woodham Academy.

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