Lessons from ski school:

Ski instructors are brilliant at making their learners progress in an extremely complex and challenging area. Instructors love their jobs and who would blame them? I imagine that most become instructors because they love the mountains but many become excellent instructors because of the style and processes they adopt every single day. Ellmau, Austria - …

The Yellow Brick Road…

On September 6th 2015, I wrote a rather dramatically titled piece called 'Last Night ResearchEd saved my life'. In it I said "I might be late to the party and I don’t feel like a young teacher anymore (I’m about to start my 4th year qualified) but I think it was the right time for me to get …

There are far far better things ahead…

Self indulgent and not particularly useful- maybe. Necessary for all to do - probably. I went on a rather wintery walk today; I took a photo of a beautiful reflection of a tree in the Itchen's chilly waters highlighted only briefly by the burnt orange of the setting sun. The sunlight lingered long enough for me to take the photograph and as the reflection began to dissipate in …

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