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Blogging Policy

I have been working on a blogging policy which was part of the Cloudlearn research project. I have been given permission to share it. Obviously policies are intended for individual settings so of course, you will want to edit it. Blogging Policy

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Good teachers are learning conductors…

Teachers… We have LA Review Days, OFSTED Inspections, Parents’ Evenings, Lesson Observations, Playground Duties, Meetings and so much more. Sometimes I hear people struggling to find a reason to carry on. There is not a day goes by in my job when I am not reminded how lucky I am to be working in such […]

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Sometimes, things just go right!

You just know you’ve done something right when you put a video on the pupils blog like this one: The pupils watched the video many times so they could grab the information, they categorised the information and produced non-chronological reports with no support. Just take a look at some of the in the webpage displayed […]

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Could my Nephew (11 years old) be the next…

I’ve always known that Nathan (my 11 year old Nephew) had a√ā¬†entrepreneurial streak in him and I have put a link to his latest venture on my blog before but yesterday, I received an email form him containing this letter: He was asked by his Headteacher to talk to the Year 3 pupils at his […]

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Don’t underestimate the power of ‘Real’ learning opportunities

As you may know, one of our ex-reluctant boy writers (Binyameen) is currently writing an ‘epic’ on our Year 6 Blog: Not only has Binyameen been inspired by comments from his readers, he has produced a text that other teachers are using in their classroom too. I received a tweet from Nikki (@APrimaryNQT on twitter) […]

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Off to a flyer…

Just when I doubted whether I could generate the learning environment of last year with our brilliant Year 6 (now gone!) You guys come to my rescue! I had a thought this morning that it would be lovely for the new Year 6 to know a little bit more about their audience, the people they […]

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