Week 10 was technically half term but I had a cunning plan! To earn an extra half an hour on their screens, the children has to complete a history lesson from the Oak National Academy! Week 11 was back to ‘normal’ home learning again except that I didn’t pick a project this week as I […]
My very own website!!! Yikes!
Primary SATs: the good, the bad and the ugly
The papers have arrived, the teachers are stressed. The kids probably don’t have much clue of the pressure the school is under to ‘perform’ acceptably, nor that their results will be published nationally and their school judged accordingly. This week, Key Stage 2 children, aged 10-11 will be taking their tests. Key Stage 1 children […]
#Blogtober18 day 5: education for #WorldTeachersDay
I have worked in education for the last 13 years in a variety of roles both in and out of the classroom. It is a huge privilege to be able to support the next generation and inspire a love of learning. But it is also a huge responsibility, and the pressures faced by teachers is […]