Monthly Archives: January 2015

Listening to the lessons of history

I am passionate about the importance of history in the school curriculum.  Humankind has a depressing tendency to make the same mistakes time after time, so it is crucial that children are exposed to history and given the opportunity to … Continue reading

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A vote for education

The smoke from the New Year’s Eve fireworks had barely dispersed before the political pyrotechnics of the 2015 General Election campaign began.  Education, alongside health and the economy, will feature prominently in the political point scoring set to dominate the … Continue reading

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