Monthly Archives: March 2016

A thin veil

There are moments in life that seem made for serendipity. This weekend was one of them, when St Mary’s Church Newsletter published a front page article about ‘saving the date’ for a Christian retreat to Lee Abbey┬á; spotted the day … Continue reading

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Some data on KS2 Writing Estimates

Originally posted on Ramblings of a Teacher:
Following on from the work on the KS2 Sample Test results, I asked last week for people’s estimates (predictions?) for their outcomes on the new KS2 Writing Teacher Assessment framework in 2016. The…

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Lack of motivation

Truly facing writer’s block! I have come to the conclusion that a blog needs a clear focus – last year’s Happiness Project gave me just that, as did travels ‘down under’ the year before. How do other bloggers negotiate this … Continue reading

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