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Newly updated 2Publish is June's #MashoftheMonth

June 1, 2022

Each month we highlight a #MashoftheMonth, focusing on a tool or application within Purple Mash and how it can be used within the classroom to support learning across the curriculum. During the month, if you share how, you have used the #MashoftheMonth, you will then be entered into a draw to win a 2Simple Goody Bag!

Our Mash of the Month for June is the recently updated 2Publish. This powerful, easy-to-use publishing tool really does bring learning to life. Teachers and pupils can access thousands of ready-made templates covering a huge range of cross-curricular content that you are able to tailor to your specific needs. There is even a blank template if you want to create something totally bespoke.

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End of year reporting with Evidence Me

May 31, 2022

If you’re starting to think about end of year reporting, Evidence Me can assist you with gathering the information you need. The Assessment Module can be used across all year groups and there are also two great progress reports specifically for Early Years.

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Purple Mash and Ofsted's High Quality Computing Curriculum: Day 4

May 27, 2022

On 16th May, Ofsted published their research review into the computing curriculum, aiming to 'identify factors that can contribute to a high-quality computing teaching and learning and including factors such as the curriculum itself, pedagogy, assessment and systems in place'. We’ve taken a close look at the report and identified how Purple Mash meets each of those factors, and throughout this week we're posting a series of blog posts outlining exactly how it does this. Each daily blog will cover 2-3 of the factors in depth, looking at what the report says and highlighting where Purple Mash supports them.

On the final day of our 4 part series, we examine pedagogy and assessment.

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Purple Mash and Ofsted's High Quality Computing Curriculum: Day 3

May 26, 2022

On 16th May, Ofsted published their research review into the computing curriculum, aiming to 'identify factors that can contribute to a high-quality computing teaching and learning and including factors such as the curriculum itself, pedagogy, assessment and systems in place'. We’ve taken a close look at the report and identified how Purple Mash meets each of those factors, and throughout this week we're posting a series of blog posts outlining exactly how it does this. Each daily blog will cover 2-3 of the factors in depth, looking at what the report says and highlighting where Purple Mash supports them.

For day 3 of our series, we look at computational thinking and problem solving, information technology, and digital literacy.

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Purple Mash and Ofsted's High Quality Computing Curriculum: Day 2

May 25, 2022

On 16th May, Ofsted published their research review into the computing curriculum, aiming to 'identify factors that can contribute to a high-quality computing teaching and learning and including factors such as the curriculum itself, pedagogy, assessment and systems in place'. We’ve taken a close look at the report and identified how Purple Mash meets each of those factors, and throughout this week we're posting a series of blog posts outlining exactly how it does this. Each daily blog will cover 2-3 of the factors in depth, looking at what the report says and highlighting where Purple Mash supports them.

On day 2 of our series, we examine declarative and procedural knowledge, as well as computer science.

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