Tag Archives: teaching and learning

Ebacc v E=mc2

As well you know, there’s a shift in the floorboards under the feet of our young learners at the moment, and those who are entrusted to educate them. It rather depends on your point of view whether this feels like … Continue reading

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Book Store or Story Share?

Yes – I was in a school with which I have a close relationship recently, and the Head Teacher was showing me some of the changes to the overall school layout and environment that had happened over the summer.

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Case study: TeachFirst

TeachFirst’s mission is to end inequality in education by building a community of exceptional leaders who create change within classrooms, schools and across society. changing cultures’ first direct contact with TeachFirst was at their stand at The National Association of Head … Continue reading

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Starting Points

Over the last few weeks I have been working on a couple of pieces of evaluation, talking to lots of schools about work they have done with professional artists and arts organisations. As might be expected, responses have been very … Continue reading

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Learning Olympics

With everyone gearing up to London 2012, how are you celebrating the Olympics in your school? here’s a guest blog from one of our clients who recently worked with us through our new package – the learning olympics :

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Does your environment enhance good Teaching and Learning?

Décor and colour is a subjective area. One persons taste may not be to another’s. When it comes to communal spaces it can be difficult to suit everyone and many plump for ‘magnolia’ as a neutral non offensive pallet that … Continue reading

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