Monthly Archives: June 2016

Just Visiting – Twinkl Flasks and Jelly Babies

I take Monday and Tuesday off this week. We have a foreign exchange student staying with us and I need to be around to drop her off and collect her from school. Wednesday begins with a compliment from a wonderful new … Continue reading

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Just Visiting – SEND

The Matrix I’ve prepared well for a Skype meeting on Monday: brushed my teeth, scanned my notes and trimmed my nasal hair. Too much detail? I throw on a shirt, just too look a little more professional. Video conferencing frightens me a little bit to … Continue reading

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A responsive collective accountability model for solving complex education problems

Schools are highly complex adaptive systems, (Garmston & Wellman, 2013). Being highly complex, there is rarely a simple solution to any problem that arises within a school. In this lengthy blog, I propose a list of 10 indicators to guide … Continue reading

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Just Visiting – Half Term

Life as an Education Consultant Despite it being half-term, I find plenty to do. I start by revamping my official website and then my hosted WordPress blog. It takes ages to migrate the website but it looks better now it’s done. I’m … Continue reading

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