Category Archives: Teaching, Education

Justice and Mercy

Justice and Mercy have met (Psalm 85) Without fail the annual Northampton Diocesan Senior Leaders’ Conference makes me think, challenges the big issues of the day and develops my knowledge and understanding. This year’s reunion at the gloriously autumnal setting … Continue reading

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Easy Protein Balls – There’s a Hazelnut in every bite.

Originally posted on Running, Photos and Nutrition:
This really is the easiest recipe for making protein balls  There’s literally no cooking or baking involved. All you need is a blender or juicer and a fridge, oh and half a dozen…

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Grammar versus Creativity

  Do (or is it ‘does’?) spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG) destroy creativity? This debate is rarely far from the agenda in a typical primary school staff room. It’s an interesting question, which never sits easy with me, as I … Continue reading

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