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12 years a teacher.

Sorry I have been a bit quiet lately. I haven’t posted for a long time. I haven’t lost my love for education or pastoral care but I have had some developments which I will share with you all over the … Continue reading

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Meditation, mindfulness and positivity: Dr.Brad’s guide to behaviour management.

Dr Brad Mc Gregor or Dr Brad Kavie as he is known to me, has left some very interesting comments on my blog mostly critiquing my defence of ‘white working class boys’ and my post about GCSEs for ‘factory fodder’. … Continue reading

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Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. – Henry Ford

When I became Head of Year 7, I was told by a member of staff that the only reason I got the job was because the school couldn’t afford to lose three English teachers especially those who didn’t cost a … Continue reading

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