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by Jean 07-10-2014
Happy New Year! No I haven’t lost track of time and I realise that it isn’t January. However it is September and for teachers and their pupils this is a new year. We can plan ahead for our new classes but a new academic year will undoubtedly have uncertainties. We may know names, we may...
Happy New Year! No I haven’t lost track of time and I realise that it isn’t January....
Happy New Year! No I haven’t lost...
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by Jean 14-09-2014
Learning to pace ourselves Is it just me or does anybody else feel like they’ve hit the ground running?  I’m sure that I’m not the only teacher who feels weary already and for whom the summer holiday is a distant memory.  I’m going to make the assumption that I am not...
Learning to pace ourselves Is it just me or does anybody else feel like they’ve hit...
Learning to pace ourselves Is it just me...
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by Jean 06-09-2014
“National primary test results published today suggest standards are improving…” This recent article, posted on the TES website, went on to say, “The results show that 79 per cent achieved level 4 in reading, writing and maths.” I think those figures are encouraging! Of...
“National primary test results published today suggest standards are improving…”...
“National primary test results published...
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by Jean 07-06-2014
In January an article was published in the Headteacher Update with the title ‘Developing Learning Habits and Skills in Your Pupils.’ In the article Sebastien Chapleau explains how he has introduced new learning habits in his classroom and the impact they have had on his pupils. Mr. Chapleau...
In January an article was published in the Headteacher Update with the title ‘Developing...
In January an article was published in the...
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by Jean 02-06-2014
Empathy Education “We can’t all be experts on the many aspects of disability but we can all make an effort to hold back on the instant judgement, hit the empathy button and consciously try to act in a respectful and constructive way.” This is an opinion given by Justine Roberts who...
Empathy Education “We can’t all be experts on the many aspects of disability but...
Empathy Education “We can’t...
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by Jean 27-05-2014
Most secondary schools set academic targets for their pupils. Eventually they are given goals to aim for when taking their GCSE exams, with many pupils attempting to gain the cherished A or A* grades in one or more subjects.  Of course failing to achieve these high marks will inevitably lead to...
Most secondary schools set academic targets for their pupils. Eventually they are given goals...
Most secondary schools set academic targets...