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Set up a teaching and learning committee that will steer your CPD provision and...
Let’s ditch the stereotypes – STEM, careers, and science’s image problem
The myth of the ‘nerdy scientist in a lab coat’ has persisted for decades.
The view from the COVID frontlines – workplace risks, year group bubbles and the privilege of having a purpose
I’m writing this at the end of an incredibly difficult half term for everyone working in...
Winning isn’t everything – Why too much competition is bad for schools and students
Only winning counts! Don’t be a loser!
From classrooms to boardrooms, by way of sports pitches and...
“Turn your papers over” – The case for formal GCSE exams
Following a year of school closures and mass self-isolation for health reasons, students in Y11 and...
Citation needed – How schools should tackle COVID-19 misinformation
Fake news is everywhere, turbocharged by social media platforms where ‘facts’, sources and motivations aren’t subject...
10 tips for better persuasive writing
Over the course of my teaching career, I’ve found that there’s a handful of topics for...
Does neurolinguistic programming have a place in the classroom?
Judy Bartkowiak is an NLP trainer, coach and practitioner who specialises in working with children.
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