Monthly Archives: September 2011

Where have all the readers gone?

In a recent OECD report, the UK was ranked 47th out of 65 nations in a table based on the number of teenagers who pick up a book, newspaper or magazine on a daily basis.  It seems from the Data … Continue reading

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Going Google within Claires Court Schools

During the next few weeks, the next steps of our development of ICT innovation are made. Firstly, we are bringing on stream 100 net books for class usage at schools and college, most of which have been provided through funds … Continue reading

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Nice to hit the Headlines

Those who know me recognise I have ‘previous’ in this area.  As Chairman of ISA in 2002, during our Annual Conference, I called for the end of Key Stage 1 and 2 Assessments. At the time, it was sufficiently interesting that national press and … Continue reading

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