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ICT or Comptuing? - Planning for the future

ICT is… “so harmful, boring and/or irrelevant it should simply be scrapped”

In December 2012, I left my nice job as Head of ICT Department in an East London comprehensive, to venture into the unknown world of teaching beyond the school where I had completed my NQT year.

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Graham's Blog

At the Annual General Meeting on 4 June 2015, attended by over two hundred parents and staff, the Executive Principal and each of the three campus Principals, delivered a presentation on, respectively, whole-school achievements and those on each campus over the course of this academic year. 833 more words


June 11

Tonight I returned to the high school for Awards Night.  We had been notified Kendra was receiving an award, though we didn’t know what it was for.   382 more words


Eccentric Edinburgh : First Year of University in a Nutshell

Eccentric Edinburgh

 What it’s Like Going to University : First Year in a Nutshell

As usual, I’m writing an article on my computer, wondering how to start and what exactly I’m going to say. 1,390 more words


Looking back at third grade

My son just finished third grade at a Honolulu public school. He had two wonderful teachers and opportunities to do more creative projects. This past year, he’s become more argumentative and opinionated – we joke that he would make a great lawyer. 799 more words


Pair Of Dallas ISD Schools Added To International Baccalaureate Program

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Two more Dallas ISD schools have earned the International Baccalaureate designation.

Robert E. Lee and William B. Lispcomb elementary schools are the latest Dallas Independent School District campuses to participate in the IB program, both entering as Primary Years Programme (PYP) schools. 188 more words


We all know the feeling. You walk out of the school building, throwing your papers in the air, singing What time’s it?! from High School Musical 2 and dreaming of all the amazing things you’re going to do this summer. 725 more words