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One of the unwritten rules of headship is that you don’t win competitions in your own school. Heads need to be above competitions; they give out prizes but do not win them. I thus never submit an entry for the … Continue reading
I have always enjoyed the Channel 4 comedy series Father Ted! A favourite episode sees Father Ted using a toy cow to explain the difference between ‘small’ and ‘far away’ to the hapless Father Dougal. A sense of perspective is … Continue reading