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Magic Door Education: Bringing Imagination to the Classroom

Magic Door Education: Bringing Imagination to the Classroom

Magic Door Education specialise in the delivery of interesting, fun, and engaging educational workshops which aim to inspire a more experiential way of learning through role-play. We were recently lucky enough to sit down with experienced Primary School teacher and...

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Perceptive Detectives: Our Puzzle-solving Workshops

Perceptive Detectives: Our Puzzle-solving Workshops

Over the last decade, we have supported schools throughout the North West and further afield with the implementation of innovative, creative, engaging and above all, educational., workshops which enrich the curriculum across all subject areas. We’d be lying, however,...

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The Influence of Workshops and Role-Play in Education

The Influence of Workshops and Role-Play in Education

Maths, English, Science, curriculum, lessons, homework, activity, education...all words which have inspired panic and terror in countless children (and adults!) throughout the ripples of time. Upon their mere mention, our minds eye trawls through the archives of our...

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Understanding Highly Sensitive Children (and why it’s okay!)

Understanding Highly Sensitive Children (and why it’s okay!)

We’d simply be lying to ourselves if we said being a child at school wasn’t difficult. We were all there, at one point, forced as unwilling participants to partake in cutthroat classroom politics. It was a place where every action, every spoken word, and every facial...

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Animal Multimedia: An Online Workshop

Animal Multimedia: An Online Workshop

After months of being stuck in my house, I was finally able to stop by a school and observe one of our exciting workshops firsthand...sort of. I was there digitally! Not like a hologram or force ghost from Star Wars, but via Google Hangouts, which works just as well....

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Finding the Right Fit: How we Recruit

Finding the Right Fit: How we Recruit

Identifying the Role  I get a real buzz of excitement when recruiting for hi-impact. It is thrilling to grow the team and by the end of the process we have recruited a new employee who fits our scoring criteria, company culture and shares the same values as us. The...

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Stepping Into Happiness

Stepping Into Happiness

There is a simple happiness in the magical act of placing one foot in front of the other after a day of work during lock down. When I head out of the door, I like to mix my routes around Chester which include walking around the Chester walls, the Meadows and...

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Joining hi-impact: Liam Orr’s Journey So Far

Joining hi-impact: Liam Orr’s Journey So Far

I’m the most recent member of the consultancy team here and I had started my new position just as schools were beginning to close. Given that I started at a very challenging time, I thought I would write a blog about my unusual introduction to hi-impact!   My...

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Being Happier in Lockdown

Being Happier in Lockdown

During this lockdown, I learned something important about myself. I have no time for news-spinning. To be completely truthful, unlike many fluff pieces we are currently seeing in the media, I don’t think there is a “positive side” to the Coronavirus. We’re in a bad...

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Remote Learning: Temporary Measure or a Legitimate Alternative?

Remote Learning: Temporary Measure or a Legitimate Alternative?

Adaptation, it takes many different forms. Whether it’s the Cuttlefish adapting to their environment by blending into their surroundings, the possum learning how to play dead, or even the infamous Xenomorph (Yes, i’ve been watching sci-fi films during the lockdown.)...

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Magic Door Education: Bringing Imagination to the Classroom

Magic Door Education: Bringing Imagination to the Classroom

Magic Door Education specialise in the delivery of interesting, fun, and engaging educational workshops which aim to inspire a more experiential way of learning through role-play. We were recently lucky enough to sit down with experienced Primary School teacher and...

read more
Perceptive Detectives: Our Puzzle-solving Workshops

Perceptive Detectives: Our Puzzle-solving Workshops

Over the last decade, we have supported schools throughout the North West and further afield with the implementation of innovative, creative, engaging and above all, educational., workshops which enrich the curriculum across all subject areas. We’d be lying, however,...

read more
The Influence of Workshops and Role-Play in Education

The Influence of Workshops and Role-Play in Education

Maths, English, Science, curriculum, lessons, homework, activity, education...all words which have inspired panic and terror in countless children (and adults!) throughout the ripples of time. Upon their mere mention, our minds eye trawls through the archives of our...

read more
Understanding Highly Sensitive Children (and why it’s okay!)

Understanding Highly Sensitive Children (and why it’s okay!)

We’d simply be lying to ourselves if we said being a child at school wasn’t difficult. We were all there, at one point, forced as unwilling participants to partake in cutthroat classroom politics. It was a place where every action, every spoken word, and every facial...

read more
Animal Multimedia: An Online Workshop

Animal Multimedia: An Online Workshop

After months of being stuck in my house, I was finally able to stop by a school and observe one of our exciting workshops firsthand...sort of. I was there digitally! Not like a hologram or force ghost from Star Wars, but via Google Hangouts, which works just as well....

read more
Finding the Right Fit: How we Recruit

Finding the Right Fit: How we Recruit

Identifying the Role  I get a real buzz of excitement when recruiting for hi-impact. It is thrilling to grow the team and by the end of the process we have recruited a new employee who fits our scoring criteria, company culture and shares the same values as us. The...

read more
Stepping Into Happiness

Stepping Into Happiness

There is a simple happiness in the magical act of placing one foot in front of the other after a day of work during lock down. When I head out of the door, I like to mix my routes around Chester which include walking around the Chester walls, the Meadows and...

read more
Joining hi-impact: Liam Orr’s Journey So Far

Joining hi-impact: Liam Orr’s Journey So Far

I’m the most recent member of the consultancy team here and I had started my new position just as schools were beginning to close. Given that I started at a very challenging time, I thought I would write a blog about my unusual introduction to hi-impact!   My...

read more
Being Happier in Lockdown

Being Happier in Lockdown

During this lockdown, I learned something important about myself. I have no time for news-spinning. To be completely truthful, unlike many fluff pieces we are currently seeing in the media, I don’t think there is a “positive side” to the Coronavirus. We’re in a bad...

read more
Remote Learning: Temporary Measure or a Legitimate Alternative?

Remote Learning: Temporary Measure or a Legitimate Alternative?

Adaptation, it takes many different forms. Whether it’s the Cuttlefish adapting to their environment by blending into their surroundings, the possum learning how to play dead, or even the infamous Xenomorph (Yes, i’ve been watching sci-fi films during the lockdown.)...

read more

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