Primary Times News - November 2014

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PUPIL INTERVIEWS NICOLE KIDMAN AND HUGH BONNEVILLE FOR INTO FILM

28th November 2014
A young film enthusiast from Coventry has experienced his very own cinemagic close-up when he interviewed film stars Nicole Kidman and Hugh Bonneville about their new film Paddington as part of his role... [read more]
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Savvy App for Mother's: Like Minders launch the UK's first ever babysitting app

25th November 2014
Like Minders, London’s favourite babysitting and flexible childcare agency, announces today the launch of the UK’s first babysitting app, the Like Minders App. Whether it’s for regular... [read more]
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Joint venture to bolster fairs’ internationality in the future

24th November 2014
Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd and the Guangdong Toy Association form a joint venture to host Toy & Hobby China and Baby & Stroller China   Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd and the Guangdong... [read more]
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KIDS SHARE PERSONAL INFORMATION ONLINE WITH STRANGERS

24th November 2014
As more children use the internet than ever before and one in three even have their own tablet*, a new survey today reveals that children as young as five are sharing personal information online with people... [read more]
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CBBC star shares top tips to get more children choosing water

24th November 2014
Star of CBBC’s Gastronauts and Incredible Edibles Stefan Gates is sharing his top tips to encourage children to have fun with water and make it their first choice for hydration as part of a new campaign... [read more]
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TEENAGER WINS NATIONAL COMPETITION WITH INTO FILM AND AARDMAN ANIMATIONS

24th November 2014
Pupil sees short film idea made by Oscar®-winning studio, screened at nationwide Into Film Festival  13-year-old Hannah Mason from Wiltshire has scooped the top prize in a national storyboarding... [read more]
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Putting the fun in fundraising in 2015

24th November 2014
If you took a straw poll of all the primary schools in the UK, you’d probably find that every school does some form charity work. You’d be hard-pressed to find a school that didn’t understand... [read more]
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DEAF TEENAGER TEACHES BULLYPROOF TIPS

17th November 2014
National Deaf Children’s Society is supporting Anti-Bullying Week 2014 with the launch of a video featuring a 16 year old deaf boy providing tips on how to handle and prevent bullying. Ammaar... [read more]
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