Monthly Archives: June 2013

Looking in the Distance

…by Richard Holloway could well be a book I recommend in the Spirituality module next year for people whose own searching is part of their reason for joining the class. This is the link to the book on Amazon and this … Continue reading

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Racey Helps

I’ve just been bought five first editions from a charity shop: The Upside-down medicine; Barnaby camps out; Littlemouse Crusoe; Barnaby in Search of a house; My friend Wilberforce. I hope to look into these a bit more – and seek … Continue reading

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All over bar the shouting? Assessment, exams and sunny days

My daughter Rosa is all but through the last school assessments she will ever have to do, the last of our children to have to do this.  A levels done, one last BTEC assessment point to go. Whatever she chooses … Continue reading

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Clegg and childcare

So, the Deputy PM announces the U-turn. No mention, I note, of the issue of quality in pedagogy. See my previous post, Truss continued.

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