|Bridges Now revised and re-written, there are two versions: an introductory version, free on the web, which covers beam and arch bridges and a more comprehensive Kindle version, available to purchase from Amazon. DRM is not activated, so schools are free to buy one copy and use it on all devices across their school site.|
|Useful links for teachers to information about managing and using ebooks in school, along with direct links to author pages and free ebooks from Project Gutenberg in Kindle and epub formats).|
|A collection of images and textures which can be used as backgrounds for web pages, presentations, etc (free to use for schools and other non-profit making purposes). They are all in jpeg format, sized 1500 x 1500 pixels.|
|The River Ribble - from source to sea was my first (and still most popular) web resource. The map links no longer lead to where they should and the pages are due for a major overhaul (and possibly adapted for publication as a ebook). Written to be useful for Key Stage 2 Geography.|
|Where is Father Christmas? - a simple adventure game written in Powerpoint - a version in French (thanks to former colleague Jane Thompson) can also be downloaded. And I've managed to track doen a copy of the Teachers' Notes (thanks to the Internet Archive - you can download them from here.|
|This part of my website contains the photographs taken by myself and Linda Corbett (St Mary's CEP, Mellor), along with some pictures from the collection of Blackburn Library. They form part of schools' materials produced for British Waterways, and supported by East Lancashire Education Business Partnership. Although well over a decade old, they are still relevant for investigating the history of the canal in Blackburn.|
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