Monthly Archives: June 2017

Defending our title…@henleyroyalregatta

It’s Friday 30 June, and yesterday close to 7pm, the Claires Court coxless quad beat Tideway scullers to commence their defence of the Fawley cup won last year for the first time by Claires Court. This year’s quad consist of … Continue reading

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Talking about and taking responsibility…

I was due to write this week about our considered reaction as a school to the various terrorist atrocities over the last few weeks.  It is certainly not our wish to cause our families to fret about choices we make. … Continue reading

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Returning our attention to our own…

One of the most important features visible in successful educational institutions is ‘good noticing’.  I was taught this in two ways, one by virtue of bitter experience when I had let something slip (often an issue in a busy life) … Continue reading

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Talking about terrorist attacks with young people – a dilemma for us all.

At the close of the first  half of term, my blog was a straightforward statement from the Deputy Chief Constable of the Thames Valley police, stating the heightened position of the National Terrorism Threat, being raised to critical following the … Continue reading

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