What's new in 2Blog

July 27, 2021

Purple Mash’s safe blogging environment 2Blog is proving more popular than ever, especially during lockdowns. Schools can communicate the learning and keep up-to-date with their students and their learning all within Purple Mash. With more users comes more feature suggestions. As ever we’ve been listening and have made some improvements to the tool, to give you and your students an even better experience.

Australian Primary Principals' Day

July 8, 2021

The purpose of Principals' Day is to celebrate the work that principals do within Australia's primary schools. It is aimed at recognising the value and contribution principals make every day to their schools and to children throughout Australia. Any acknowledgment on this day will go a long way in reminding principals why they love what they do and reassuring them of your support and appreciation.

Here at 2Simple, we say THANK YOU using Purple Mash, with a huge variety of resources and activities you can use to ensure your students can show their appreciation for their principal. This year the special day is Friday 6th August.

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Mash of the Month - July 2021

July 6, 2021

Each month we will be highlighting a #MashoftheMonth, this will focus 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 #MashoftheMonth, you will then be entered into a draw to win a 2Simple Goody Bag!

July’s #MashoftheMonth is Serial Mash

Olympics and Paralympics Resources

June 23, 2021

With the much-anticipated Olympic and Paralympic Games now taking place next month, we have several resources for you to get stuck into from Purple Mash and Striver, our PE and wellbeing platform.

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World Music Day - 2021

June 15, 2021

Fete de la Musique – World Music day is an annual music celebration started in France in 1982 and which now takes place in 125 countries and 1000 cities across the world on 21st June.  Make Music Australia is Australia's contribution and aims to turn the country into a stage and enable performers the opportunity to develop their musical skills. There are lots of ways to get involved, find out more on their website.

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