Letting my fleas jump high... by Sarah Hardy

Letting my fleas jump high...

This week I read this wonderful book...There are so many powerful essays in it to inspire those of us...

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Choose Life by Hannah Gregory

Choose Life

Choose the local comp and working hard, choose playing the violin badly to miss Science lessons, choose...

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WomenEd is a thing with Feathers! by CHARMAINE ROCHE

WomenEd is a thing with Feathers!

This is the second of the 7 Habits of Hope Based (Self) Leadership symbolised by the Bird in Emily Dickenson’s...

#44 weeks - what next? by Catherine Owen

#44 weeks - what next?

Having sat down to write my weekly blog I noticed two posts about coming to the end of #44 weeks.  I...

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Parental Appreciation... by Amjad Ali

Parental Appreciation...

We spend a lot of time appreciating our students and letting their parents' or carers' know...It is so...

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Student Post cards/letters by Amjad Ali

Student Post cards/letters

Simple idea:Get your students in their tutor groups to write a thank you letter/post card to one/more...

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Student Appreciation by Amjad Ali

Student Appreciation

A couple of days ago I wrote this short post about receiving a thank you from a parent.Today, I wanted...

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Making School Something Special by Marcus Belben

Making School Something Special

So how do you make your school a place where students and teachers alike want to be—because it’s...

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Friday 13th February 2009 #beboldforchange by Natalie Wilcox

Friday 13th February 2009 #beboldforchange

Friday 13th February 2009.There. The exact moment when I took bold action to really develop my career....

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WHAT DOES BOLD MEAN? by Youlande  Biosah


Dictionary definition (courtesy of google) Bold - an adjective meaning a person, action or idea showing...

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The future of humanity by Julie Hunter

The future of humanity

I have spent lots of time recently thinking about my vision for education, my values and what I want...

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Passing on the Baton by Sarah Postlethwaite

Passing on the Baton

Recently my daughter has found a love of running, she’s 8 with the attitude of an 18 year old but seriously...

I was wrong and I'm glad! by Amy Anderson

I was wrong and I'm glad!

I'd never attended a WomenEd event before Saturday. I'm not sure why. If I'm honest I thought it might...

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Emerging from the chrysalis. by Lena Carter

Emerging from the chrysalis.

After some hard weeks, Easter is in sight. Today I was hugely re-junivated when I bumped into some of...

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Can you be inclusive for all children? by Emma Whitwam

Can you be inclusive for all children?

It's got to Sunday and again I'm writing a blog instead of doing work on my dissertation. This seems...

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Recruitment Problems? by Steve Howse

Recruitment Problems?

Hi everyone, thank you for taking the time to read my post. I'm sure I'm not alone in thinking that...

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Is the end of the irony of teacher training in sight? by Niall Alcock

Is the end of the irony of teacher training in sight?

Our job as teachers is to educate. It’s ironic then, that our education is hidden from us. Sourcing...

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#BeBoldforChange 2017 by Kerry Jordan-Daus

#BeBoldforChange 2017

As I was thinking what is that I have done that is "bold", I fell into the trap. The trap of not seeing...

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Being Bold is a Process by Katie Smith

Being Bold is a Process

Self – efficacy is the key to becoming bolder!We need to believe in ourselves and RISE UP. To do this...

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Be Inspired, Be Bold, Take Action ( take 2) by Vivienne Porritt

Be Inspired, Be Bold, Take Action ( take 2)

What an amazing, joyous day @WomenEdLondon was yesterday. It was a privilege to start #WomenEd's #iwd17‍...

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What is learning? by Jay Rixon

What is learning?

I have started studying again early on we were asked a question, how do you define learning? I’d been...

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Week 44 of #44weeks by Louise Gall

Week 44 of #44weeks

A year ago, along with many others, I set myself the challenge of taking part in #44weeks - a blog a...

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My stretch group by chris jackson

My stretch group

I've been a PE teacher for nearly 15 years, and I've never had a stretch group. That was until this year...

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Consistency is Key? by B P

Consistency is Key?

Another saying that is thrown around over and over again. How important is consistency? Is it key?One...