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Parent Power, Partnership and Pushiness

I’ve just been to my son’s parents’ evening.  It is always strange and fascinating sitting on the other side of the desk, experiencing the imperfections of another school’s appointments system, speed-dating with a handful of wonderful but weary teachers.  The main value of last night’s enterprise was putting faces to names; the characters of my son’s … Continue reading

Homework Matters: Great teachers set great homework

As long as I’ve been teaching, I’ve held the view that homework makes a massive difference to the learning process. Without any doubt, students who are successful at A level and at GCSE are those who have highly developed independent learning skills, have the capacity to lead the learning process through their questions and ideas … Continue reading


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