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And so another Friday arrives. Like the day itself, this post comes without fanfare, just the quiet announcement that contained within are some of the primary-related blogging highlights of the past week. Should you happen to read or write anything you would like shared in next week’s Volume Four then let us know via Twitter (@prawnseye) or email prawnseyeblog@gmail.com

1. Taking control of lesson observations, via @PrimaryHead1:
http://oldprimaryhead.wordpress.com/

2. The limiting nature of Success Criteria for writing, via @prawnseye:
http://wp.me/p4f2kH-s

3. Opposing baseline tests in Reception, via @juliangrenier:
http://juliangrenier.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/baseline-assessment-in-reception-five.html

4. Being an NQT via @jade_thomas2011
http://teachingandcuddles.wordpress.com/2014/02/01/nqts-just-keep-swimming-a-virtual-hug-for-you-all/

5. @primarypete_ on resource sharing via #oneresource:
http://primarypete.net/edres

6. The need for children to spend more time playing outdoors, via @ugglymuggly:
http://secretworldofahousewife.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/project-wild-thing-and-our-childrens.html?m=1
http://primarypete.net/oneresource

6. Via @greyengine, using picture and story books in maths:
http://supportingmaths.wordpress.com/2014/02/02/read-all-about-it-using-story-and-picture-books-in-maths-lessons

7. What does meaningful engagement look like? Via @HeyMissSmith
http://heymisssmith.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/engage-me.html?m=1

8. New curriculum FAQs, via @michaelt1979:
http://michaelt1979.wordpress.com/2014/02/03/faq-new-primary-curriculum/

9. The importance…

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