Author: Anna

Tangents, Copy & Blogs!

Whilst writing my contribution for an article in the upcoming Summer Edition [it’s jam-packed, don’t miss out!] about why I love living by the coast. I can wax lyrical about living by the seaside, I love it, but my copy (as you’ll see) has turned into a real nostalgia-fest! It also brought up a topic that we haven’t really covered in Educational Life yet, and one of merit, if not based purely on my own opinion. Prepare yourself for the cursory disclaimer about how all views expressed in this blog are those belonging to myself and not Educational Life CIC...

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Quick Fire Book Quiz for World Book Night 2018

Quick Fire Book Quiz for World Book Night 2018 The aim of this is to have a little bit of fun and share with others, perhaps your answers will act as a recommendation to someone else. Please answer with the first answer that springs to mind – there are no wrong answers or snobbery here! Once you’ve finished, please copy and paste it under the post and share on to your friends. Favourite book – Book you’ve read the most – Book you just cannot read no matter how many times you’ve started it – Best series – Book...

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If Music Be the Food Of Love Play On…

Concert Tickets Stub My Bank Balance For those of you who don’t know, I am a music lover, some might say that I am even a prolific concert goer (Yes I asked the team and they verified this!) You already know that I am a book dragon (it’s not like I keep it a secret) and quite often the television in my living room does not get switched on if I am in the house on my own or it is just me and my wonderful dog. I often have music on in the background whilst I potter around...

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Challenges Impact All Families

Today has been a bit of a shock. I unlocked the office completely oblivious to the fact that in the space of five minutes life can change. I actually couldn’t even think of an interesting blog to share with you all. I wish this was still the case… Here at Educational Life CIC, we try to be constructive about matters that affect our young people, their families and members of the community; to offer support and guidance and to provide the tools so that people can make positive and constructive choices about their lives and futures. We are non-judgemental....

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Chocolate Easter Egg Nests

Ingredients: 225g Plain chocolate, broken into pieces 2 tbsp Golden  syrup 50g Butter 75g Plain Cornflakes/ Rice Crispies/ Shredded Wheat 36 Mini chocolate eggs Equipment: Fairy Cake Cases 12 hole fairy cake tin Saucepan Bowl Spatula/spoon Fridge   Method:  Pop a fairy cake case in each hole of the cake tin. Put a saucepan of water on to slowly heat until it is simmering. Break the chocolate up into chunk and put it in the bowl with the golden syrup and butter. Set the bowl over the pan of simmering water (do not let the base of the bowl touch the water)....

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