3D Eye is a great believer in positive thinking, and a recent edition of Radio 4’s series called Positive Thinking was well worth a listen. The title of the programme is Future Proofing Our Schools. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000tcb9 Are we future proofing … Continue reading
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“Something is . . . different. Anything different is good.” – Groundhog Day Taking part in the London Festival of Education gave us opportunities to listen to respected educators discussing a range of issues – the importance of leadership, … Continue reading
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The thing that became increasingly obvious during this year’s London Festival of Education last Saturday is that the ‘traditionalists’ still don’t get it. After all that’s been said and done about the developmental and learning needs of children and young … Continue reading
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The great halls of Eton College are not necessarily the first place you would think of looking for a quiet revolution, though there are many who have been educated in this place who have had a considerable impact on the … Continue reading
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We’ve written in a previous blog about Peter Hyman and the ‘free school’ he’s setting up in Stratford, East London. He’s now written a column in this week’s Times Educational Supplement: There’s more to you than your subject If we … Continue reading
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Welcome back after the Christmas holidays . . . This half term we’re mainly catching up with various happenings since the last blog, and thinking ahead to our forthcoming trip to Japan. The recommended reading material for today is an … Continue reading
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