It was another bright, breezy morning as people set off from around the country to come to our conference on boarding yesterday. We are at that time in the year when the annual shifts in student lives take me by surprise, however much I have seen it a few times before – in particular our 6.2s have their last normal working week, with routine teaching stopping for them on Saturday in advance of their A2 exams beginning in earnest after half term. 328 more words
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Insightful piece, this time from the Times Educational Supplement, which conveys the views of celebrated children’s writer, Michael Morpurgo, on testing in our schools.
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“When you test children, whether you like it or not you create successes and failures”
The Mephalain Mountains of eastern Morrowind, a rugged and rough landscape of jagged mountain peaks, peaceful meandering streams, and shadowed valleys acts as the unofficial border between the lands of Great House Telvanni and Great House Indoril. 296 more words