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It’s competition time! On August 30th, I turn thirty. I want to mark the occasion on my blog and take the opportunity to thank all
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Our school year has now reached an end. I thoroughly enjoyed it! As a new Head of Year, it was full of challenges, risks, successes
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For several years, my school (specifically Year Four) has been working with Room to Read in a partnership that is mutually beneficial and going from strength
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World Cup fever has hit! Over the last couple of weeks, we have been considering ways to integrate it into our class learning in order
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Does the title of this blog post sound familiar? Josh Allen famously stated the following: “If technology is an event in your school, you are
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Working in such a big and busy school, I receive many emails every day from colleagues, students and parents. It’s vital that I keep up
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Twitter is my favourite social media platform for teachers. I have promoted it many times on this blog because my Twitter connections provide daily support,
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For teachers, the summer break is a well-deserved opportunity to rest, travel and re-energise in preparation for the new academic year. For parts of it,
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Rebecca Tupling is an Early Years (Prep) teacher at the Canadian International School of Hong Kong. As an Early Years advocate, she promotes awareness of
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Reusing images from the web is one of the most common misuses of the internet, for adults and children alike. Most people don’t realise that
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