Monthly Archives: April 2015

Another Purdah monologue (learning and skills again)

    We’ve all had that telephone conversation where you get so carried away by the brilliance of your own conversation, you fail to notice that the other person has been disconnected. Well, I have anyway: but I do notice … Continue reading

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Juan Mata’s Right Foot (aka the English and maths blog)

     Juan Mata, as you know, is a footballer. He plays for Manchester United. He has two feet and he knows how to use them. He uses his left foot for repeated moments of genius, carving defences open or … Continue reading

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Good with Outstanding Features – It’s Official!

Good news! Ofsted will announce later today that following months of public consultation they will finally be recalibrating the grading of the Learning and Skills Common Inspection Framework. A new grade, intended to identify colleges and training providers progressing well … Continue reading

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