Three ways to promote inclusion and student voice in the classroom

Inclusion can take place in lots of ways in a school setting. Technology can really help with this and in this post, I’ll share three […]

Reflecting upon the last ten years

The ends of decades, years, months, weeks, days – they’re all great opportunities for reflection. When I look back across my last ten years I […]

AppVent Calendar Day Twenty-Two – Own It!

Good morning and welcome to Day Twenty Two of the AppVent Calendar! Today’s app, I think, is very timely as many parents look to satisfy […]

AppVent Day Fourteen – @Headspace!

Welcome to Day Fourteen on the Appvent Calendar. Today I thought it would be a good opportunity to pause and reflect. The Christmas term is […]

What I learned about edtech in Finland at #SETTFIN

I am very lucky to do what I do. People often say the loveliest things about the work that I do and it’s always very […]

Five things you can do to make the most of gained time

I always remember looking forward to getting some gained time once my Year 11s and 13s had gone. Making the most of that time though […]

New Microsoft App which calls out landmarks to help the visually impaired

There’s no getting away from it, Microsoft’s focus on driving new technologies forward to help those with accessibility needs have been pretty groundbreaking in recent […]

Three areas where edtech can help you and ways to do it

Workload has always been an issue in the teaching profession. Over the years I’ve picked up a few handy hints to help me get through […]

Could an app reduce wasted food and help families?

I’m a big believer in random acts of kindness and paying it forward. I do it all the time and am really inspired when I […]

Back to school – So you’ve got a new tutor group…

Being a form tutor is one of the most rewarding parts of the job of being a teacher. You’ll have allsorts of characters thrown at […]

Ways that technology can help with wellbeing

There are lots of reasons why it makes sense to use technology to help us with our personal and our professional lives. The signs of […]

Some things you should know about school trips…

You may have seen in the news recently that Ofsted’s Amanda Spielman commented that an ““over-cautious culture has developed in our schools”. She went on […]

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