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Blog, Guest Blog, lesson plans

The Perfect Lesson Plan
By Steven Miles on November 22, 2017

This week Steven Miles, Headteacher of Daubeney Academy in Bedford, shared with us his insight into what goes into making the perfect lesson plan. Having years of experience behind him...

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Blog, Guest Blog, Education Technolgy, Technology in the classroom, strategy

Technology as an Accelerator for Teaching & Learning
By José Picardo on September 29, 2017

In the world we live in today, we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to new technology and innovations. On what seems like a daily basis, there are new developments of apps and software...

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Leadership, Guest Blog, Outstanding, Senior Leaders

A Smooth Sea Never Made a Skilful Sailor
By Rob Ford on April 1, 2017

This week's guest blog is written by Rob Ford, Principal of Wyedean School.

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teachers, Students, Guest Blog, teaching, evaluation

Can Pupils Objectively Judge the Quality of Teaching?
By The Educator on November 28, 2016

This week's Guest Blog is by The Educator. The Educator Blog is a blog specifically for teachers, all our blogs are written by teachers for teachers, we also offer the latest news,...

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Students, Guest Blog, university, options, after alevels

Students: How to Make the Most of an Open Day
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on April 5, 2016

This week's Guest Blog is by Full Fabric's Rob Parker, talking about the importance of university open days.

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Technology, Blog, Guest Blog, workshop, enterprise day, EdTech

Enterprise Day With @ChelseaAcademy
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on March 4, 2016

The 3rd December 2015 was the day of our Enterprise Scheme with @ChelseaAcademy. Read the events here...

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Technology, parents, Homework, Education, Guest Blog, parental engagement

Parenting Pressures & Technology's Role in Education
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on June 30, 2015

 Caroline Gallagher looks at the pressures of parenting and the role of technology in education.

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Guest Blog, teaching, teaching crisis

Being a Teacher: Overworked and Undervalued
By Rhys Giles on November 20, 2014

With the 2012 GCSE marking fiasco, and again recently in Dr Rory Fox's Daily Mail article, there've been a flood of comments regarding the teaching profession, and how supposedly lazy...

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