Monthly Archives: November 2015

10 ways to ensure that happiness is a priority in schools

Is there room for teaching happiness in the Government’s pursuit to push UK schools up the international league tables? In the early stages of the introduction of the EBacc, I remember the term ‘Gove’s robots’ being used, referring to a … Continue reading

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Why the butterfly? A tribute to all people who share ideas

Teaching is a job that allows you to transform the lives of others.  However, it is often difficult to see the fruits of your labour as the impact of inspirational teaching develops over time, sometimes when the pupils have left … Continue reading

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