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  • A short introductory video to the engaging, fun and curriculum linked Espresso Primary service, for UK pupils and teachers at F - KS2. See the breadth of resources available to Espresso Primary subscribers.

    A short introductory video to the engaging, fun and curriculum linked Espresso Primary service, for UK pupils and teachers at F - KS2. See the breadth of resources available to Espresso Primary subscribers.

  • Find out more about Espresso Primary's resources for Early Years Foundation Stage, packed with videos, activities, songs, stories and games that can be used from the very first day at school.

    Here at Branfil, we acknowledge that each of our pupils are unique from the other, each having their own style of learning. This is something that we as school fully believe in and support, making learning fun and diverse for all, as well as promoting academic success for the future of our pupils. Therefore in keeping consistent and up to date with the latest technologies available to us in the 21st Century, in making education more effective and efficient to learn, we offer our pupils the BAFTA award-winning service Espresso Primary!

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  • Espresso Primary – in its 16th year, this cross-curricular learning service combines video clips, multimedia activities, planning tools, printable resources and a ‘News Bites’ service. Covering all subjects across Foundation, KS1 and KS2, Espresso Primary is aligned to curriculum objectives and updated weekly with news items and fresh resources; used in 9000 schools.

    Espresso Primary is updated weekly, with new content, stories from the Daily Telegraph (that uses age appropriate language), weekly news – that contains curriculum linked stories – and a bulletin of “news-bites” from ITN. The news-bite videos are linked to fun and interactive quizzes that can test pupil comprehension and listening.

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The pupils of Dunstall Hill share their experiences of creating games in their ICT lessons using Kodu softwareputer programming module, produced in partnership with Wolverhampton City Council, provides useful videos and worksheet supporting materials to help teachers and pupils begin to explore this exciting topic for themselves.