#HumanEd by Helen Pengelly
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#HumanEd

While the premise of WomenEd was very good initially to help women build their confidence what we seem...

Helen Pengelly Helen Pengelly
#womened
Fear of Difference by Hannah Wilson

Fear of Difference

Watching 'Is it safe to be gay in the UK?' tonight has really brought the reality home to me of the prejudice...

Hannah Wilson Hannah Wilson
#lgbted
Bouncing back, Lesson 2: Help! by Anna Ambrose

Bouncing back, Lesson 2: Help!

After a very lovely week on holiday behind the handlebars of a bike rather than a computer screen and...

Anna Ambrose Anna Ambrose
#womened
Why, after nine years of teaching, I've finally come out to my students. by Daniel Gray

Why, after nine years of teaching, I've finally come out to my students.

I’ve done it. After nine years of teaching, I finally came out to my students. It shouldn’t be a...

Daniel Gray Daniel Gray
#lgbted
Destiny by Lena Carter

Destiny

So Prince William is going to "embrace his destiny", give up flying air ambulances and commit himself...

Lena Carter Lena Carter
#wellbeing
A snapshot of a year..... by Clare Erasmus

A snapshot of a year.....

What a year! It kicked off with #pedagoohampshire16‍ where I met educators championing the #teacher5aday...

Clare Erasmus Clare Erasmus
#leadership
Why we should all get naked by Helen Pengelly

Why we should all get naked

We have a funny attitude towards nudity in this country. We are still stuck with Victorian attitudes...

Helen Pengelly Helen Pengelly
#wellbeing
A Year in Blogs by Fee Stagg
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A Year in Blogs

I have been blogging as a clerk to governors for about 12 months and when I reviewed my posts I realised...

Fee Stagg Fee Stagg
#womened
It's OK to take a break by Sarah Philp

It's OK to take a break

I have been lucky enough to have both a holiday in the sun and two weeks practising Ashtanga Yoga with...

Sarah Philp Sarah Philp
#womened
Food - part 1 by Kate Sawyer

Food - part 1

My early relationship with food as a toddler and a young child was a tempestuous one at best. Both of...

Kate Sawyer Kate Sawyer
#appetiteaugustht
Wellbeing Journey by Christine Couser

Wellbeing Journey

I've been on holiday for all of July. I love the holidays, I love to laze and potter and reconnect. Long...

Christine Couser Christine Couser
#journeyjulyht
Food meditation by Lena Carter

Food meditation

I have written this as part of @HealthyToolkit's August focus on food and eating. It is a variation...

Lena Carter Lena Carter
#appetiteaugustht
It's not one or the other by Kamil Trzebiatowski

It's not one or the other

Gavriel Solomon, in commenting on the notion of "distributed cognition" (1993) makes a remark that the...

#itscomplicated

"Dadbot" - The heartwarming story of grief and programming.

www.wired.com/story/a-sons-rac...Holiday reading... My final year thesis was on Artificial Intelligence...

Alan Harrison Alan Harrison
#computing
Love True Beauty by Kiran S

Love True Beauty

I may have missed the whole point of Miss Saigon last night – I’m not sure. The lasting thought I...

Kiran S Kiran S
#womened
Food - Part 2 by Kate Sawyer

Food - Part 2

The young me fought battles with food, many shared with my parents (that's in Part 1) and the growing...

Kate Sawyer Kate Sawyer
#appetiteaugustht
Food - Part 3 by Kate Sawyer

Food - Part 3

So I ate a bowl of soup (finale of part 2).No one talked about it, no one asked any questions of me,...

Kate Sawyer Kate Sawyer
#appetiteaugustht
Behaviour: WWW & EBI by Neil Smith

Behaviour: WWW & EBI

I used the summer term as an opportunity to review what was working & what wasn’t in terms of a behavior...

Neil Smith Neil Smith

"Over" Weight

Whilst on vacation on the Rhine I read an article on Twitter about appearances and leadership and whether...

Lisa Hannay Lisa Hannay
#womened
Having a Twitter holiday? by Jill Berry

Having a Twitter holiday?

I was really interested recently to read this post from Mark Anderson (@ICTEvangelist) on the subject...

Jill Berry Jill Berry
#twitter
Main cause of reading failure by Masha  Bell

Main cause of reading failure

Roughly 1 in 5 children learn to read very easily, mainly because they have a good visual memory, above-average...

Masha  Bell Masha Bell
#literacy
A Tale Unfolds - Film School by Laura Braun

A Tale Unfolds - Film School

This half term I took on a teeny Y5/6 Class. We needed a project that wold take us through to the end...

Laura Braun Laura Braun
#ataleunfolds
The top 3 things I've learned in 25 years of teaching by Jonathan Peace

The top 3 things I've learned in 25 years of teaching

There was no fanfare and certainly no carriage clock, but yesterday saw me notch up 25 years in the teaching...

Jonathan Peace Jonathan Peace
#reflect
Bouncing back, Lesson 1: Smash some plates by Anna Ambrose

Bouncing back, Lesson 1: Smash some plates

A few days ago, I talked about my decision to blog about the lessons I've learned over the course of...

Anna Ambrose Anna Ambrose
#leadership
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