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Celebrating Roald Dahl Day with Purple Mash

Sept. 9, 2020

At 2Simple, we are celebrating Roald Dahl’s birthday on 13th September. Roald Dahl is one of the most famous and wonderful authors for children to read, due to his books that are all imaginative and unusual and engaging for children worldwide.

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Mash Club – Not just for in school learning!

Sept. 8, 2020

Mash Club is a pack of resources for running a computing coding club at your school using Purple Mash tools. Currently, this includes an eight-week course on Coding and Blogging using 2Code and 2Blog. With schools being only partially open, it was great to hear from one parent on how he had used Mash Club with his Year 2 Pupils.

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Supporting Reading with 2Simple

Sept. 7, 2020

2Simple have a range of resources to support reading and the love of reading within your school. From Serial Mash, our new online reading records in Purple Mash, or setting up a class or whole school reading blog, this blog outlines the ways that we can help you promote a love of reading within your school.

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Purple Mash for Blended Learning

Sept. 4, 2020

With schools returning this week, teachers, pupils and parents are preparing for the new academic year. But this isn’t a normal September start, Purple Mash can support you both in school and supporting those that may be remote working. We have been championing cloud-based learning since 2010. That's a decade of experience in running digital classrooms, managing homework, and getting support from parents. Powerful educational resources accessed through an easy-to-use interface makes Purple Mash the ideal platform for remote education, it also includes home access as standard.

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International Literacy Day

Sept. 4, 2020

The 8th September was proclaimed International Literacy Day by UNESCO, in 1966, to remind the community worldwide of the importance of literacy for individuals, communities and societies. International Literacy Day 2020 theme is ‘Literacy teaching and learning in the COVID-19 crisis and beyond’, highlighting the lifelong literacy perspective of youth and adults. The recent Covid-19 crisis has shown that there has been a negative impact on the youth and adults who have little or no low literacy skills.

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