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The various letters sent to the wider school community during the school year.

“Dare Mighty Things” – here on earth as well as on Mars!

Teddy Roosevelt must have dreamed of being able to attend school. Born into an affluent New Yorker family in 1851, he developed such serious asthma that he could not attend school per se, so was home educated during his school … Continue reading

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“Being Brilliant Every Single Day” – or Solving Wickedness for Generation Covid.

Across the span of 20 years experienced so far this century, 2021 is already not on my favourite’s list. It has a chance to rise up the rank order, to be fair, but of the years experienced to date it’s … Continue reading

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Baby Steps and Dance Moves – Education in the 2020s

Throughout the developed world, the common factor of the shutting down of in-school provision by a coronavirus has put the whole rainbow range of provision under the closest scrutiny. Every country has had to adapt, adjust, not just tweak but … Continue reading

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“Ideas are not always responsible for the people that have them” – Katharine Whitehorn

Richard Wells, former Chief Constable of South Yorkshire wrote to the Times this week, in order to pay tribute to this less well known quote of the recently deceased journalist, author and broadcaster, Katharine Whitehorn. He explains how over a … Continue reading

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Managing assessment and feedback during a pandemic – failing safe is a great plan.

As our Lent Term 2021 gets firmly underway, our remote learning provision at Claires Court seems to have eased through the gears without too many difficulties. As #clairescourt settles into the groove of the weekly cut&mow, here’s the elements in … Continue reading

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Into the New Lent Term 2021 – Baby steps…

My very short Late Advent headline indicated “Follow the Science”, as I entered 6 days of track&trace for our community after the end of term. Our school community data is not large enough to represent a wider community, and as … Continue reading

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A late Advent message…”follow the science!”

This posted headline in advance of my completion of 6 days of Covid-19. Track& Trace remains alive, the question remaining” is growth exponential?

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Education: Where the big picture hits the little things.

When we learned that one of our nursery children had contracted coronavirus, we knew that, for some, their Christmas was to be delayed this year. Nowhere within Claires Court is the story and celebration of Our Lord’s birthday more keenly … Continue reading

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Making a difference…

THE MAIN ITEM FOLLOWS THIS SHORT CALL TO ACTION: If there is one thing I would wish supportive readers of my blog to do, it is to write an email of support for our campus planning application appeal to  tim.salter@planninginspectorate.gov.uk … Continue reading

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COVID SENSE FROM DR FAUCI

On a weekly basis, I receive an Education update newsletter from Gordon Collins, of Careers & Education Services. Gordon highlights the work of Anthony Stephen Fauci, the american physician and immunologist who has served as the director of the National … Continue reading

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