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It’s Saturday night, you’ve done all your marking. OK, most of it. No? Not even close? Fine. It’s Saturday night and you’re still marking, but the telly is on at least, and it’s time to rhumba, jive and cha-cha-cha your way through the next hour or so of books.
That’s right, it’s Strictly Come Dancing, the awkwardly titled combination of Strictly Ballroom and Come Dancing.
As we head into the festive season there are plenty of opportunities with end-of-term shows, parties and dances for staff and students to let loose and strut their stuff, so we thought we’d put together some Strictly GIFs to see if the the judges can’t give you a few pointers of what steps to take at school this Christmas.
Let’s see what we can learn about teaching from the sparkly superstars of Saturday night.
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