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Not Quite Groundhog Day – The London Festival of Education

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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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What the Papers Don’t Say – about Education

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Earlier this week, we asked educators to unite against the onslaught of political interference in education and the continuation of an education system described by Sir Ken Robinson as 19th Century paradigm. We need something new, not revamped or “reformed”. … Continue reading

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Custodians of a Reading Tradition

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How many of us love a good read? When teaching a child to read, what are we aiming to do – equip them with a key skill for life or encourage a love of reading? Obviously both are important. What … Continue reading

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