Category Archives: culture

Ten things I’ve learnt about teaching…

This is a reworked version of a blog I posted 2 years ago in a different place at the end of my 3rd year… 2 years have since passed but a lot of what I wrote rings true still so … Continue reading

Posted in culture, Humanity, Integrity, Reflection, Teacher life, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Why you should do assemblies differently!

Think back to when you were at school….. What were assemblies were like? Rows upon rows of children all facing the all-mighty teacher that had happened to sign up to that assembly. Imparting knowledge they had learnt from google/book they … Continue reading

Posted in Assemblies, culture, Humanity, Oracy, Pioneer, Pupil voice, Reflection, Teacher life, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Getting children to talk about talk…

Oracy (basically one word for speaking an listening and everything in between) has become more of an educational agenda over the past few years. Research especially is highlighting the importance of creating future adults that are able to express themselves … Continue reading

Posted in culture, Oracy, Pioneer, Reflection, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

What story are you telling yourself?

Today is Friday. A Friday without children. Today is an inset day. When you say the words ‘inset day’ to most teachers ( and I am generalising here) they often think “great a day without kids and some time to … Continue reading

Posted in culture, Humanity, Integrity, Multiplier | Leave a comment