Monthly Archives: November 2014

It’s time to publicly thank the mentors who walk the walk.

Ask any teacher in a school they love, in a role they relish about where they see themselves in five or so years time and they will often tell you that they see themselves exactly where they are. Who could … Continue reading

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In gratitude for friends who tell it like it is…

For those who know me well, know that I have agonised long and hard about returning to full time work in 2015. In fact, reading a number of blog posts by teachers also on maternity leave, contemplating how they are … Continue reading

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First impressions…

Tomorrow I am going to meet my new department and the current Head of English. She is retiring at the end of the year and I will be replacing her. From all accounts, she is well-liked, highly respected and has … Continue reading

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