The trouble with schools is that we can too easily underestimate the value of the experiences we have before entering the profession. This is certainly true in my case. It's only now after retiring that I begin to realise that the years I spent working in my parents fish and chip shop equipped me with … Continue reading Why the chip shop helped me
The trouble with schools is that they are bombarded from all directions, by various theories of education, and educational experts, telling them that ‘this is the way to do it’. This can often result in the values and principles that a school aims to uphold and use to inform its vision, being compromised. This can … Continue reading What’s in “A Head Full Of Ethos”?