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Why is Curiosity central to better learning?

The wide-ranging debate on identifying effective teaching is inspiring. What concerns me is the disconnect between each year. Children can have 5 years of primary education with admired teachers in each year, yet seem to join secondary school having lost … Continue reading

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The future is coming faster than you think?

Welcome, dear Reader to my ‘Start of Half-Term’ blog. Since last I wrote, some 1500 adults and children have attended our annual fireworks event, held at CCJB up at Maidenhead Thicket, managed to spend over £11,000 thus assisting our PTA … Continue reading

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Missing April Fools Day

I am sure I am not the only educator whose life is defined by School. Now that’s not to say that I don’t have another life, I do.  It’s not terribly exciting it must be said, but it suits me. … Continue reading

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