Resource Centre – Week 9

The Resource Centre is designed as a central place to come and check out ideas, recommendations and classroom plans. It is for everyone involved in the development of children – be it parents or teachers. So if you need resources or fresh ideas, click on the link below. If you have great ideas to share – come and link up […]

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ICT & Governors #2

This is Part 2 of a three-part series in which Terry Freedman looks at how schools can benefit from a governor’s interest in educational technology – and how the governor can reap rewards too. Part 1 can be read here Isn’t being a school governor hard enough, and time-consuming enough, without someone suggesting you get even more involved?

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Resource Centre – Week 4

WELCOME TO THE RESOURCE CENTRE! The Resource Centre is designed as a place to come and check out ideas, recommendations and classroom plans. It is for everyone involved in the development of children – be it parents or teachers  like. So if you need resources or fresh ideas, click on the link below. If you have great ideas to share […]

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Arts in School – on way out?

Being in the company of positive wizards is great! It gives you so much energy, enthusiasm and that feeling that anything is possible. I had that feeling when I attended the first HeadRoom forum hosted by FilmclubUK at BAFTA. This meeting was a follow-up response to the very successful ‘Closing the Gap’ conference in November 2010 where a variety of […]

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What value is a teacher?

Over the past few weeks I have read some posts whose titles have sparked an interest in these old bones.  One such was ‘What value do teachers add to a classroom?’ by Matthew Needleman At first I thought it must be one of those posts designed to shock. On reading the article it was centred on the assessment of teachers […]

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