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Are you finding it difficult to adapt to all the new technology and the way your kids learn? Do you feel a bit lost and unsure about how your kids should be using their ipad and mobile devices? Here is an interesting article from Personalized Learning as the […]Read more
I was surprised to read that students’ use of social networks like Facebook could help boost their exam grades, according to new research that I read about in The Telegraph today. I work with lots of parents (and teachers) who disapprove but it looks like time on […]Read more
As a former Deputy Head and Class Teacher for over 20 years I read with interest this article by Annie Murphy Paul in TIME IDEAS about the importance of parenting ! “Given all the roiling debates about how America’s children should be taught, it may come as […]Read more
I am reading the very wonderful book “Celebrating Families” – which is just bursting with simple,practical ways to enhance family life by my friend Helen Sanderson and Maye Taylor at the moment and I can’t put it down! I keep having to stop and highlight their wonderfully simple yet inspiring […]Read more
I know just how this teacher feels as a former Deputy Head ! Schools quake in fear of Ofsted instead of seeing it as an opportunity to get inspiring new ideas and positive feedback. The culture of blame and shame really doesn’t help schools or teachers feel […]Read more
I had a super day filming about the wonderful One Page Profiles that are being introduced in to schools through the UK by Helen Sanderson Associates and myself. I was delighted to have been invited to do the voice over and filming for the launch of this ground […]Read more
With all this pressure on kids these days to ‘achieve’ I’m often asked by worried parents, as a former Deputy Head, how to prevent their kids learning from slipping back during the Summer Holidays. Some children go to Summer Activity Camps while others stay home and play. […]Read more