One size does not fit all, CPD in a modern school

One of great things about teaching is that each year the page resets itself. Children come back from their summer holidays that little bit different. A little taller, new experiences, maybe with a tan, a little more street-wise, complaining their wrists hurt because their writing practice has fallen by the wayside over the last few weeks. In fact whilst these things are true over a holiday break many of them are also true on a daily basis. They are more pronounced over a holiday because the period is much longer, especially the lack of practice with writing. Every day these marginal changes occur in the children that we teach. Despite the fact that we as teachers can’t really see these micro movements so that we cannot see them happening, doesn’t mean that they aren’t actually taking place.

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