Sport in Ink Pellet? What is the world coming to? We just couldn’t ignore this news that England superstar Kevin Pietersen has launched an online coaching course to help fans of the real beautiful game to keep fit, perfect their technique and pick up top tips on how to achieve his signature moves including the ‘switch hit’. The course Keep Calm and Smash It is exclusively available from and costs £16.

On the subject of visual art, head your photography students in the direction of The 2012 Young Photographer of the Year Award, run by Practical Photography and Digital Photo magazines. With more than £2,000 worth of Jessops vouchers to be won, it’s not to be sniffed at. For details, point your lens at

If you know a budding film-maker you might like to share the experiences of Jasper Kain and Matthew Kay’s first foray into the world of documentary-making. Matthew graduated in Film from Queen Mary’s in 2011 and Jasper is a Politics and Social Anthropology graduate from SOAS University. The pair worked together on Over The Wall, a true tale of a British University football team on tour in Egypt at the time of the Arab Spring Uprisings in Egypt. This hit my radar as the reality of the film industry started to bite – with the lads attempting to raise funds to complete the final stages of production. Take a look at

The Diary of Anne Frank continues to enthrall and a new production brings Christopher Timothy to the role of Otto Frank in this joint production from the Touring Consortium and York Theatre Royal. Playwrights Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett won the Pulitzer Prize for their dramatisation of Anne’s story. Directed by Nickolai Foster, this will bring much-needed empathy to any study of the Nazis. Tell your mates in History about

The Science Museum is taking to the road on a national tour that really does appeal to all ages. The show promises to delve theatre-goers into the wonderful world of science. For details visit