Supporting the small primary school t develop their at-home provision.
Prompted by a comment from one of my pupils recently ‘ we never see them anymore really though…’ Primary schools pride themselves on developing pupil leadership; encouraging children to get out of their comfort zone and allowing them to have a say in areas of school life. If your school is anything like mine currently […]
I’m not going to pretend that I am an expert in this. Having taken the opportunity to reflect on what has been a memorable few months I wanted to evaluate some of the learning that has taken place online within our primary school. I hope that these thoughts will go some way to developing my […]
Getting back to my roots now with a look at two new bits (and one not so new) of of actually useful edtech that has graced my school this year! Reusable Notebooks – Rocketbook The idea of a reuseable notebook is not new. And there a few on the market. The premise is pretty simple […]
I was really surprised last week to read that over half of teachers, who trained when I did, would not be in the profession anymore. (From the Teachers Pay and Conditions report 2018-2019). https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/school-teachers-pay-and-conditions I don’t know why I was so shocked – truth is that these messages about teacher recruitment and retention have […]
I want to start this by stating that I think the proposed framework is incredibly positive and the emphasis on workload and evidence base has the chance to really make a difference for many teachers. Many will be warmed by the focus on a wider curriculum and the related insistence that an inspection should not […]