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Continuing with the theme of our recent post on fun and games – here’s a link to a TEDx talk on ‘learning methods’ – by a 13-year-old!
There are two reports in the media this week that we feel we should to draw to our readers’ attention. Both of them refer to Ofsted, and both outline some of the concerns that the teaching profession has about the new … Continue reading
Recently we wrote about Yoko Ono, explaining that in our opinion, she demonstrated many of the facets of what it is to be a multi-intelligent human being. She is thoughtful, spiritual, creative, philosophical and appears to be very knowledgeable of … Continue reading
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In today’s post we’re turning away from the negativity that’s been around this past week – the disturbing news about what our dear Secretary of State for education is doing or planning to do to the curriculum, the examination system, … Continue reading
There are some among us who regard Alastair Campbell as central to the New Labour cabal that destroyed the old Labour party, along with its values. There are some among us who despise New Labour and most of the things … Continue reading