Monthly Archives: May 2013

This much I (don’t) know about…the future of ICT in schools

I have been a teacher of English for 24 years, a Headteacher for 9 years and, at the age of 48, this much I (don’t) know about the future of ICT in schools. We all know the Wayne Gretzky quotation, … Continue reading

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This much I know about…bridging the independent-state school divide

I have been a teacher of English for 24 years, a Headteacher for 9 years and, at the age of 48, this much I know about bridging the independent-state school divide. All our certainties seem to be crumbling away. In our … Continue reading

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This much I know about…Performance-Related Pay for Teachers

I have been a teacher of English for 24 years, a Headteacher for 9 years and, at the age of 48, this much I know about performance-related pay for teachers. Who brought politics into education? Last December I was asked … Continue reading

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