Monthly Archives: September 2014

Welcome

Another tweet-and-a-half and no more, instead of a longer post. Rosemary Roberts once described nursery as “plenty of interesting things to do and plenty of people to do them with,” if I recall her correctly. And here we are at … Continue reading

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The future of Nursery Schools: Tuesday morning’s adjournment debate in Parliament

This is a very, very quick post to push on Julian Grenier’s plea that people should write to their MPs about the future of the Nursery School. This is the link to his blog: http://juliangrenier.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/the-future-of-nursery-schools-tuesday.html?m=1 which contains all you need, from … Continue reading

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Expect scuffles

The short but clever blog post from Gareth E Rees http://www.unofficialbritain.com/the-united-kingdom-of-the-remembered-dead/ raises some interesting questions about public landscape and memory, using the insights of memorials. I won’t spoil the impact by citing the neat ending, much as I’d like to … Continue reading

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