Monthly Archives: June 2015

Induction time!

Yes , it’s that time of year when those of us who teach in secondary welcome a gaggle of year 6s into the school for “induction.” The whole induction business seems to become more elaborate year after year and Year … Continue reading

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“Neo – progressives” vs “1970s progressives”

Reading Robert Peal’s book “Progressively Worse”, I fell that perhaps he could update it with a sequel which recognizes the subtle differences between today’s progressive educationalists and those of the past. I have termed these groups “neo – progressives” and … Continue reading

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