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Peregrine chicks everywhere

Peregrine chicks in nests on cathedrals in Derby, Norwich and Bath are growing daily and now look like giant balls of fluff

see their progress in  7 more words

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Votegraphy: digital photography

A guest blog by Anthony Firmin, WEA course tutor

Workers’ Education Association (WEA) in association with the People’s History Museum are presenting a seven week photography course to run alongside the current exhibition: 177 more words

Learning

Walkout

Today I did something that I never thought I’d ever do. I picketed on the side of the road. There are several reasons why Washington state teachers are all worked up. 553 more words

School

The Anglo-Saxons: Buildings and Burhs

This short video clip introduces the reconstructed Anglo-Saxon village at West Stow in Suffolk, which provides a good example of the living conditions of the ordinary people of this time period. 33 more words

Archaeology

Unions

In honor of the teacher’s strikes happening around the State of Washington, I thought I’d post this chapter from my book:

Out of any destruction comes some good. 1,246 more words

Jon Friesch

Teachers In Seattle, Mercer Island, Issaquah On 1-Day Strike

SEATTLE (AP) — Teachers in Seattle, Issaquah and Mercer Island are the latest to hold a one-day strike to encourage Washington lawmakers to pay for voter-approved class-size reductions and put more money into the state education budget. 123 more words

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Course Information

Welcome to the course information page, as soon as the 2015-2016 course brochure becomes available new courses for the Autumn term will be listed here.

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