Monthly Archives: February 2013

I’m an Independent School Head and I’m proud of it

This week the BBC Radio 4 programme ‘The Moral Maze’ debated the morality of private education.     Nick Clegg has suggested that independent schools are “corrosive”, whilst the Head of Rodean is allegedly emigrating to Switzerland because of the hostility private schools heads … Continue reading

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We are sharing – Twitter and Schoology

A guest blog from Duncan King, Head of Geography and Virtual Learning Environment Co-ordinator. ‘We are sharing’ is a phrase I heard my four year old daughter use to explain why she had taken a toy from her (now crying) … Continue reading

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Invest more in education.

A week can be a long time in politics and education, and a blog I was writing calling for Michael Gove to slow down the pace of examination reform was overtaken by his decision to do exactly that. The Secretary … Continue reading

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