The two golden rules of Email Safety

Sometimes it’s good to go back to basics. We’ve had an active role in producing Opening Windows, the first book in a brand new series from Franklyn Nash. The series focuses on Windows computers and covers Windows 10 and how to get the most out of free or cheap software. There are plenty of tips, advice and guidance so you can increase your computer knowledge … Read More

Back again!

Having taken a year away from Resource Angel due to a serious medical trauma, we are back! The last few months have involved updating various packs, preparing new packs and publishing, bit by bit, our packs on Amazon. You can find the first few packs here! They are all available as Kindle textbooks NOW! Input Output Task Cards Here at Resource Angel, we’ve produced … Read More

The Psychology of the Penalty

This article from the BBC news-site forgets about where to shoot or even how to shoot and concentrates upon the psychology. Er-um, makes you think!!!   Gambling with the game Goalkeepers ‘gambler’s fallacy’ impacts penalty shoot-outs By Matt McGrath Environment correspondent, BBC News   Goalkeepers facing penalty shoot-outs make a predictable error that could influence the outcome say researchers. Psychologists studied videos from World … Read More

The Unsaveable Zone

In June 2014 The Daily Mail published this article. Research England footballers won’t need this time The perfect penalty can be taken by aiming at the ‘unsaveable’ zone Researcher analysed hours of footage to determine a goalkeeper’s reach Aiming outside the ‘unsaveable zone’ will achieve a goal 8 out of 10 times A third of matches after the knock-out stages will be decided by penalties England has had a measly … Read More

The Perfect Penalty

Here’s a timely reminder of how to cope with one of the world’s worst events. It usually only lasts about 15 minutes but it can affect the rest of your life. In some places in our world this event seems to recur every 4 years or so – often with devastating results. It is – The Penalty Shootout. With a lot of help from Google … Read More

The Fabulous

One of the best sites on the Internet is the fabulous Quora works by having the community ask and answer questions. When you want to know more about something, Quora delivers you answers and content from people who know the answer – like real doctors, economists, screenwriters, police officers, and military veterans. There’s questions and answers galore on every sort of subject. To whet … Read More

What are some good websites that would help me increase my productivity and learning?

With these websites you will definitely increase your productivity and you will learn something new! TED – Whether you’re on your computer or listening to a Podcast, TED opens your mind up to a new world. There’s a variety of people that explains any motivational subject you can think of that can help you rediscover life. With over a hundred videos to choose from, … Read More

How to buy from Resource Angel

You’ve seen us on Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You’ve visited our website at You know we produce usable teaching resources. BUT how do you buy from us? Just follow these simple instructions and you’ll soon have possession of one or more of our packs.       You’re going to buy the Inverse Operations Bundle. First of all, you’ll need your credit card. Go … Read More

37 Secrets Only Successful People Know

Stumbled upon this article on Stumbleupon. It comes from Seems to sum up all the business advice ever shared!!! This is worth bookmarking if you have anything to do with the cut and thrust of business!! Could it be applied to teaching? Everything you need to know about business, collected into a single handy article. BY GEOFFREY JAMES The business of business isn’t … Read More

Michael Rosen -required reading

Wikipaedia calls Michael Rosen “an English children’s novelist and poet, the author of 140 books. He served as Children’s Laureate from June 2007 to June 2009. He has been a TV presenter and a political columnist.” He also wrote some of the funniest poems I have ever read to children. Just get a copy of The Hypnotiser and enjoy!!! Better still, follow this link and enjoy … Read More

To Help Children Thrive, Coach Their Parents

In the New York Times’ Sunday Review of May 21, 2016 came this fascinating article by Paul Tough: IN 1986, in a few of the poorest neighborhoods in Kingston, Jamaica, a team of researchers from the University of the West Indies embarked on an experiment that has done a great deal, over time, to change our thinking about how to help children succeed, especially … Read More

Adobe Spark

We’ve just discovered another marvellous site for creating visual images. It’s called Adobe Spark and unlike the other Adobe products such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat, Premiere and Indesign it doesn’t cost a penny. Yes, indeed, you can use Adobe Spark for free. The new suite of Apps allows both web and mobile users to create and share visual content. There are posts for social media, … Read More

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