The Tales Toolkit Blog

3rd September 2018
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Alistair Bryce Clegg webinar – 12th September 2018

Alistair Bryce Clegg Speaker, blogger and author 12th September 2018 8pm Webinar: “Amazing Alistair Bryce Clegg Returns” Register here
21st August 2018
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Upcoming Tales Toolkit Webinars!

Here at Tales Toolkit, we are super lucky to be connected with a community of wonderful experts, all specialising in a section of early years learning […]
20th August 2018
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Stockport: A Tales Toolkit hotspot!

August 1st, 2018 I’m really excited to introduce a blog from Helen Grimsditch, Manager of the Early Years Improvement Team for Stockport. Helen has been a […]
4th May 2018

“Can I make a book for my story?”

May 2nd, 2018 This is the tale of some mysterious, not so little, eggs.
20th March 2018

My Four Year Old Wrote Me a Story – How?

March 20, 2018 This is a quote from a very pleased, yet very surprised, parent from my school.
26th February 2016
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Tales Toolkit Launch Plans

February 26, 2016 Lots of you have written to ask about the launch of Tales Toolkit. Read on to find out more.
29th January 2016
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Creative Tales Toolkit storytelling with Mrs Lloyd

January 29, 2016 Hi everyone, We would like to introduce Rachel Lloyd to you. Rachel is a nursery teacher at Alexandra School, Wrexham in Wales and […]
13th August 2015
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Using Tales Toolkit with 2 year olds

August 13, 2015 An outstanding nursery in one of the poorest boroughs in London used Tales Toolkit with a group of 2 year olds. Their key […]
4th August 2015

Tales Toolkit used by adults with additional learning needs

August 04, 2015 Tales Toolkit was used with adults with additional learning needs. This was the feedback we had from their teacher; ‘The student I was […]
4th August 2015

Tales Toolkit for a child with little language

August 04, 2015 Sammy was a little boy age three. His teacher visited him at home in the run up to starting nursery. He was clean, […]