Monthly Archives: March 2014

Coming out in School- a young person’s story

Being gay and deciding when and who to ‘come out to’ can be a very traumatic experience leading some young people to self harm and depression. As Head of Year, it can be extremely difficult to tackle especially when the … Continue reading

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International Schools- what to expect, look out for in your first international school.

International Schools recruit via Skype and then overseas in cities across the UK. How do you know the exciting job offer and contract that follows is all that the enthusiastic Headteacher says it is? Everyone always says ‘research’ is the … Continue reading

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Saturday detentions and litter picking…

The Guardian’s Secret Teacher spoke candidly of how behaviour management affected his/her classroom and about how Gove is misguided if he thinks that children who ‘climb out of windows’ will turn up to Saturday detentions. The problem of behaviour is … Continue reading

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