Tag Archives: Learning

Holiday homework with a difference?

As we write, schools, teachers, and children across the United Kingdom are currently enjoying their long Summer Holiday.  As ever, there are the annual calls for holidays to be staggered, the tales of schools who have cut their summer holiday … Continue reading

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What they are NOT looking for…

OFSTED, the school inspectorate, has issued guidance on what they do not expect teachers and schools to prepare.  The guidance refers to lesson planning, self-evaluation, lesson grading, lesson observations, marking, and evidence sourcing. This is, undoubtedly, a useful piece of clarification, … Continue reading

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21st Century Learners

One of our areas of expertise is in the use of new technologies to engage and so enhance learning.  Today’s students live lives that couldn’t even have been imagined twenty years ago.  Instead of wanting to turn back the clock, … Continue reading

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