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Testimonials & Guest Posts

Twinkl, Online Educational Publishing

See my tip featured in, 9 Tips to Inspire Reluctant Writers to Write, on the Twinkl Education Blog.

Muddy Puddles, Children’s Outerwear

See my guest post, The Imporance of Getting Children Outdoors in Wintertime, on the Muddy Day’s Blog.

Hope Education, Education Supplier

See my guest post, 6 Ways to Take Literacy Outside, on the Hope Education Blog.

Educational Innovations, Science Education Retailer

See my guest post, DIY Bioplastics, on the Educational Innovations Science Blog.

Bright Minds, Education Toy Shop

See my guest post, 10 Fun Ways to Learn Maths Outdoors, on the Bright Minds Blog.

Becker’s, School Supplier

See my guest post, Fun Ideas for Summer Learning Outdoors, featured on Becker’s Blog.

Early Years Resources, Educational Supplies Retailer

“Sabrina has been wonderful to work with. We love hearing first-hand experiences from those working with children and were delighted when Sabrina approached us to write a guest blog on home learning activities during lockdown in the UK. Sabrina‚Äôs passion shines through her writing and her article is a fantastic way to help and inspire parents who are struggling to home school their children during such a difficult period of uncertainty. Thank you Sabrina!”

See my guest post, Simple Homeschool Activities To Make Learning Fun, featured on the Early Years Resources’ Blog.

Babipur, Ethical Toy Shop for Kids

See my guest post, Learning Through Play at Home, featured on the Babipur Blog.

See my guest post, Effective Revision Strategies for Exams, featured on My Need to Live.

Margaret Bateson-Hill, Author & Storyteller

“Working along side teachers has always been an important strand of my work. There is a reciprocal appreciation of insight and skill and an openness and willingness to enable and encourage, so I was delighted when Sabrina contacted me about writing a guest blog for my website about my author visits to her classroom and a book review of ‘Masha and the Firebird’ for her own blog. It’s always a particular interest to know what a teacher thinks, what it is about the book that inspires them and of course how they are using the story. Thank you, Sabrina!”

Pam Fries, Author & Artist

“I have had the pleasure to work with Sabrina, author of I was blessed to have my book “Something’s Eating the Garden” reviewed on her website. She was very personable and easy to work with. I could tell by the questions she asked me that she was attentive to details and writing a review was something she took seriously. Thank you so much, Sabrina, for such a wonderful review!”

Schools Using Play of the Wild for Home Learning

*Contact me to add your school to the list.

Baring Primary School

Watergate Primary School

Christ Church Primary School

St. Paul’s C.E Primary School

Springwell School