Monthly Archives: December 2014

Christmas History Lessons: William the Conqueror

I’m following Richard Kennett’s quest to ensure there is no let up to the beautiful acquisition of history knowledge, in spite of the festive season being upon us. As last year, Y12 have done their Fascist Christmas Dopolavoro program (this … Continue reading

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#12JoysofTeaching – Day 2

There’s a nice thread of positivity going on Twitter at the moment, tagged the #12joysofteaching, and brainchild of Claire Lotriet. There are daily prompts; today’s is inspiring, memorable teachers. I couldn’t squeeze that into 140 characters, so here are mine. … Continue reading

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