Articles for Tag

Curiosity

Never stop going: travels with Hemingway

26/05/2021 by Elena Tonus
The American writer Ernest Hemingway was always hungry for travel, discovery, faraway countries and different cultures. He was photographed on dozens of...

Self-help for desperate teachers

09/03/2021 by Emma Blondett
...After all, we teachers are not too different from the pupils we want to teach.

Fossils, adventures and other forms of curiosity

19/01/2021 by Emma Blondett
How Jules Verne's masterpiece can still be useful to learn something about life.

An Alien on Holiday

18/11/2020 by Samuel John Williams
It’s never easy deciding what to pack for a trip away, especially when you are not quite sure what to expect....

There's always a new world

10/11/2020 by Emma Blondett
What worlds do our children live in when they are not busy with school work?

On the road, in the company of a classic

22/07/2020 by Elena Tonus
The Middle Age is a period often remembered, among its various aspects, because it was a time of pilgrimages, in which people walked (the richer ones...