The future of Staffrm: restart or shutdown? by Staffrm Team
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The future of Staffrm: restart or shutdown?

The story so farWhen we launched Staffrm back in 2014 we wanted to make it much easier for teachers to...

Staffrm Team Staffrm Team
#backstaffrm
Mythbusting #Digimeet - Girls/ Women are Bossy! by Hannah Wilson
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Mythbusting #Digimeet - Girls/ Women are Bossy!

Thank you to @kiran‍ one of our #WomenEd WM Regional Leaders for organising today's #womened #digimeet Girls...

Hannah Wilson Hannah Wilson
#womened
My Love is Your Love by Annemarie  Williams

My Love is Your Love

My Love is your LoveI’m a big fan of Whitney Houston. “My Love is Your Love” is one my all time...

#mythbusting
Jepeca Mental Health Scale... by Julianne Hadden

Jepeca Mental Health Scale...

Mental health.Feel free to use this visual as a starting point or indicator of where and how to seek...

Julianne Hadden Julianne Hadden
#mentalhealth
Women's empowerment comes at the expense of men by Maria O'Neill by Kiran S

Women's empowerment comes at the expense of men by Maria O'Neill

Empowerment is a strong, powerful word, however there still exist unhealthy misconceptions that need...

Kiran S Kiran S
#womened
Dipping my toe in by Gemma Whitelock

Dipping my toe in

It is no secret that it is a slightly daunting thing to meet a new group.. Even the most experienced...

Gemma Whitelock Gemma Whitelock
#mathsdiary
Women are baby makers ... by Hannah Gregory

Women are baby makers ...

My #digimeet #womened myth to bust is 'women are baby makers'. I write this 6 months pregnant and so...

Hannah Gregory Hannah Gregory
#womened
Myth busting 1 #Womened : I don't like men! by Amy Anderson

Myth busting 1 #Womened : I don't like men!

One of the funniest things I've heard since I started working with the wonderful #Womened community was...

Amy Anderson Amy Anderson
#womened
Curvey-wurvey, Timey-wimey by Fee Stagg

Curvey-wurvey, Timey-wimey

This blog is really for governors but you may enjoy it as it is about CPD/PDP in a round-about-kind of...

Fee Stagg Fee Stagg
#womened
A New Meaning of Bravery by Elizabeth Wright

A New Meaning of Bravery

Last week I worked with a school in Bolton. Their theme of the year - “Be the Best that You Can Be”,...

Elizabeth Wright Elizabeth Wright
#character
Formin, normin, stormin part 1 by Julie Hunter

Formin, normin, stormin part 1

It has only been 5 1/2 days since the start of term and I have already learnt so much. When I decided...

Julie Hunter Julie Hunter
#leadership
Banter or bullying by Julie Hunter

Banter or bullying

Is banter ever acceptable? Students often report that they are having to deal with name calling and the...

Julie Hunter Julie Hunter
#leadership
My Term Time Holidays by Liam M

My Term Time Holidays

I'm a teacher and I've started taking term time holidays! Like most teachers, I find myself in a cycle...

Liam M Liam M
#wellbeing
Women lack ambition.. by Naznin Choudhury
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Women lack ambition..

Helen Lawrenson a renowned writer said, “If a woman is sufficiently ambitious, determined and gifted,...

Naznin Choudhury Naznin Choudhury
#womened
Mythbusting #Digimeet Women Wear Masks by Kathryn Morgan

Mythbusting #Digimeet Women Wear Masks

I've been thinking about this blog post for sometime and to be completely honest, I started to feel quite...

Kathryn Morgan Kathryn Morgan
#womened
Taking Work Home? by Liam M

Taking Work Home?

Ideally, I'd not take work home. However, that's not really a possibility! A few years ago, while living...

Liam M Liam M
#workathome
Trumpet blowing for beginners by Fee Stagg
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Trumpet blowing for beginners

This is probably going to be the most personal blog I have written; my normal blog style is usually 'tongue...

Fee Stagg Fee Stagg
#womened
Expectations, expectations, expectations by Christine Couser

Expectations, expectations, expectations

This week the phrase 'we cursed through sludge' came to mind. I am in no way comparing myself to the...

Christine Couser Christine Couser
#womened
Mythbusting #Digimeet - Women are better nurturers than behaviour managers? by Claire  Stoneman

Mythbusting #Digimeet - Women are better nurturers than behaviour managers?

I am now in my seventeenth year of teaching. I’ve worked in many schools, the vast majority of them...

#womened
Writing from the deep by Kate Sawyer

Writing from the deep

One of the summer holiday jobs is always to go through the huge pile of school work brought home when...

Kate Sawyer Kate Sawyer
Women are baby makers by Emma Sheppard by Kiran S

Women are baby makers by Emma Sheppard

So this is an ironic title: in the last two years I, indeed, have been a foetus factory. Even as I sit...

Kiran S Kiran S
#womened
It's ok to take a break part 2 by Sarah Philp

It's ok to take a break part 2

It's probably about 6 weeks since I post 'it's ok to take a break'... on Thursday I had 2 conversations...

Sarah Philp Sarah Philp
#wonened
I had a good time by Lorraine Green

I had a good time

Getting up early on a Saturday in any case is difficult but the second week back in term can be a challenge....

Lorraine Green Lorraine Green
#pedagoohampshire
Myth Buster No.2 Women are Soft by A Alexander

Myth Buster No.2 Women are Soft

Myth Buster no. 2 Women are too soft “The soft stuff is always harder than the hard stuff." - Roger...

A Alexander A Alexander
#digimeet
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