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Recommended read on Sue Atkins Book Club and winner of Theo Paphitis Small Business Sunday Competition #SBSWinner
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I had the pleasure of being in a primary school recently working with teachers on how to use the Crumble and also unleash our creativity to create a night light as a cross curricular project between Computing and Design and Technology.
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Jack and the Bubble Busters is the first book in a new series where Jack is recruited to become a Bubble Buster Hunter. A Bubble Buster is someone who is online trying to steal your personal information and through a series of challenges Jack is able to learn the identity of a Bubble Buster to report back to HQ.
The book follows Jack through his first challenge, meeting new friends with their own skills to help along the way.
This book introduces children to problem solving skills. The aim of the book is to teach children the skills aligned to Computational Thinking and learn about online safety. Throughout this story, children are introduced to decomposition and algorithms.
The story follows an escape room theme as a mystery to solve.
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Staffordshire based Children’s author gets a Twitter boost from Theo Paphitis.
A Staffordshire based author has received a business boost from Retail Entrepreneur Theo Paphitis. Last week, Pam Jones, author of Jack and the Bubble Busters and owner of Computing 4 Schools, tweeted Theo about her business during ‘Small Business Sunday’ and was one of six weekly winners to gain a retweet or repost by Theo to his over half a million Twitter and Instagram followers. The weekly initiative, set up by Theo in 2010, now has over 3,500 #SBS winners and supports small businesses in the UK. Business and retail entrepreneur and self-confessed Shopkeeper, Theo re‐tweeted Pam Jones’s message to his over 500,000 Twitter and Instagram followers and as a result, www.bubblebusters.co.uk has more followers and extra orders for her children’s book. They are also profiled on the #SBS website (www.theopaphitissbs.com) that is exclusive to all Small Business Sunday winners.