Monthly Archives: July 2017

How about a completely different primary science SCITT training?

Originally posted on The Quirky Teacher:
I should probably have blogged about what I’d do with maths first, but I got into a thing with this morning’s post about how children end up not really knowing much science at the…

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Freedom

Originally posted on No Easy Answers:
I’m free to be whatever I Whatever I choose And I’ll sing the blues if I want –  Whatever by Oasis * There are many great freedoms in school. Freedom to have an education Freedom…

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History’s Superpower

Originally posted on The Grumpy Teacher:
“A man acquainted with history may, in some respect, be said to have lived from the beginning of the world, and to have been making continual additions to his stock of knowledge in every…

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Teaching is a privilege

Yesterday was my last day working as a teaching assistant at my secondary school, and I now can look forward to starting my new job as a trainee history teacher. I had only been there for less than a year, … Continue reading

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Why the KS2 science sampling results are so terrible

Originally posted on The Quirky Teacher:
I couldn’t think of a witty title, so went for a ‘does what it says on the tin’ approach. Anyway, this post puts together a few of my thoughts, as a relative outsider to…

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TDRE Boss Blog: Voice of Islam: Interviews about RE and Faith Scho…

TDRE Boss Blog: Voice of Islam: Interviews about RE and Faith Scho…:   “Voice of Islam Radio is a new Digital DAB 24hr radio station which offers news, views, discussion and insight on Islam’s Perspe…

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Coherent curriculum

Originally posted on MrHistoire.com:
Creating a coherent curriculum is all the rage now. I mean, everyone’s doing it: youngsters are jiving coherently in the music halls, German monks are writing coherently in the vernacular, and I hear in Rome…

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