This is the fourth in my series of 6 priorities I believe are essential, if we are to recover fully from the school closures. Hopefully, attention given to these six areas will not only help schools recover, but place them in a stronger position than before the closures. The 6 priorities are as follows: Become … Continue reading Recovering from Closure – Priority 4: Developing Extended Activities
The trouble with schools is . . . yes, you’ve guessed it, they’re still closed. I start with an apology. I really can’t shake virus related issues out of my head at the moment and so I’m far too distracted to write anything meaningful about practice in schools. Hopefully the next one. I attended a … Continue reading The need for debate and discussion
The trouble with schools is that we are playing catchup with Year 11 when we ought to be looking forwards. We don’t have much time left with Year 11 and at the moment we are all desperately trying to play a catchup game with the vague hope that governments will do something to ease exam … Continue reading What to do with Year 11?
The trouble with schools is we’re all too distracted and confused at the moment to function as schools ought to. I’ve not written for a while because I’m finding it difficult to focus on educational ideas and initiatives which ought to be discussed and developed. Sadly I’m distracted and I also just don’t seem to … Continue reading Covid Confusions