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Where there are winners there are also losers. Is this really what humankind is all about? Last Saturday a young man by the name of Mohamed Muktar Jama Farah – ‘Mo’ to the majority of the world’s population – ran … Continue reading
Tagged #Rio2016, 2016 Olympics, David Coleman, David Hemery, human values, human values in athletics, Jessica Ennis-Hill, Mo Farah, Mohammed Ahmed, Olympics, Rio 2016, Rio de Janeiro, Ross Millington, Team GB 2016, Who cares who's third, winners and losers
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In our previous post we set out the objectives for children’s writing by the age of 7, as outlined in a booklet written by Her Majesty’s Inspectors in the Curriculum Matters series. Our aim is to compare and contrast what … Continue reading
Tagged assessment, education, exams, grammar, high stakes, human values, learning, literacy, parents, pedagogy, politics, schools, spelling, stress, tests, wellbeing, writing
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Does our education system contravene the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child? In theory, it may not do. In practice, it’s a different matter. The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child was signed in 1989 … Continue reading
Tagged 3Di Model of Intelligences, 6 core intelligences, Article 28 UN Convention on Rights of the Child, Article 29 in UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, Articles in UN Convention, Children and their rights, human rights and values, human values, mental health, multiple intelligences, NUS, PSHE, PSHE Education, School governance and the UN Convention on the RIghts of the Child, SMSC, SRE, UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
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When David Cameron stood in solidarity with Francois Hollande outside the Bataclan theatre in Paris was he thinking about the similarities or the differences between their personal and their countries’ sets of values? Are there any differences between French values … Continue reading
Tagged 3Di Associates, British Values, Changes to judgement criteria Ofsted, Common Inspection Framework, David Cameron, Francois Hollande, Fundamental British values, human values, Ofsted and Radicalisation, Ofsted Framework, Paris Attacks, Prevent strategy, Prevent strategy and role of schools, PSHE, Radicalisation, Schools and terrorism, spiritual intelligence, teaching British values, Terrorism
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Residents in the Japanese city of Hiroshima are commemorating the 70th anniversary of the first atomic bomb being dropped by a US aircraft. It claimed the lives of at least 140,000 people in the city. A ceremony, attended by PM … Continue reading
Tagged 70th anniversary, atomic bomb, education, Hiroshima, human values, Kazumi Matsui, peace cranes, Peace Dome, peace education, Peace Memorial, Shinzo Abe