Back from NAGC in Charlotte, and intending to post a blog about the final panel of this year’s convention, I am instead sharing what Rosemary Cathcart (the newest member of the Columbus Group, whose Reach Education online course won an award this year from NAGC’s Professional Development Network–and who flew from the other side of the world to receive it) posted in NZ yesterday. 846 more words
Ten games into the season, the Eagles have yet to have a player top 100 yards receiving in a game, even with Alshon Jeffery, Torrey Smith, Zach Ertz and Nelson Agholor. 535 more words
More than 15,000 people in the Irish labour force over the age of 15 have had no formal education, according to the 2016 census.
12,827 of these are Irish Nationals, which equates to 84% of the total figure. 224 more words
I’ve got a new, warm, long, black coat, and today, much to our local headteacher’s amusement, I hid a set of Christmas lights wrapped round myself under it! 892 more words
It is not the responsibility of empty vessels to create the motivation to learn, but rather, the prerogative to teach, the very responsibility of it, must be entrusted to the teacher. 1,389 more words
City Story: Historic Past, Creative Future
Exhibition at Five Rivers Health and Wellbeing Centre and Wessex Gallery Showcase
The City Story: Historic Past, Creative Future project has been a great success with young people taking part in afterschool clubs, Saturday workshops for young carers and sessions for schools and colleges at the museum. 231 more words
Another week in Croydon, another inadequate report from Ofsted inspectors.
This time it is for the CACFO Education Centre in Thornton Heath, and follows an inspection in June. 552 more words