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Principal for the Day – my work through the eyes of a boy aged 13 and three-quarters…

It is a well know fact that the Headteachers within Claires Court have on occasion had their ‘lives’ auctioned to the highest bidder at the PTA Summer Ball; and my esteemed colleagues have then returned to the ranks whilst their … Continue reading

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Nutrition, Diet Fads and Tablets – a take on virtual learning.

‘If Music be the food of love, play on’ spoke Duke Orsino in Twelfth  Night. His courtship for the Countess Olivia is not going well, and he rather hopes that an overdose would perhaps cure him of his  appetite.  The play is full … Continue reading

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The Penny Dreadful, the Ha’penny Dreadfuller – will we ever learn?

One of the education blogs I follow is that of Alex Quigley, Hunting English. He, like me, read today’s headlines on the BBC website and in the Guardian about a new English A level syllabus being steered to approval, involving some … Continue reading

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