The Power of Amazing

There’s something quite special about being told you are amazing. It’s something I try and tell people a lot. It’s because people are amazing. I saw someone sign up on Twitter for the first time this week. Someone who was a bit scared about it but had a go any way. Since then I’ve seen them connect with others, share ideas, learn new things and embed new practice in their classroom. That is amazing.

I was told a story this week about a teacher who worked with a child to get their reading age up from way ‘below standard’ to ‘at standard’ within one term. That is amazing.

I saw someone drop a twenty pound note on the floor this week and before I could pick it up and pass it back, someone else had already grabbed it and handed it over. That is amazing too.

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