- Opening schools a national priority, says governmentSchools Minister Nick Gibb says schools and families will have two weeks' notice for reopening.
- Poor white teens in 'left behind' towns not going to uniWatchdog warns of low university chances for white working class youths in former industrial towns.
- 'Knackered and confused.' That's just the parentsThe lack of certainty about schools returning is fraying the exhausted nerves of parents.
- Covid: Oldham school to withdraw places for lockdown-breach pupilsSeveral pupils at the school admitted visiting other households, breaking Covid-19 lockdown rules.
- Covid: Schools will be told of reopening plans 'as soon as we can'Boris Johnson says he understands parents' frustrations but the infection rate is "still very high".
- Covid: Teachers 'not at higher risk' of death than averageThe highest-risk job roles were in restaurants, care work and manufacturing.
- Opening schools a national priority, says government
- RT @nufcscott1968: @ElswickMag @geordiedentist Pat Heard, Gary Megson and Albert Craig all better than Hendrick and Shelvey. 12 hours ago
- @GeorgeCaulkin Seems like Bruce's way of the last 2 1/2 games is the same as whoever's way it was before that.... 13 hours ago
- @steve0191 @geordiedentist not playing as a unit solely down to coaching and drilling...easiest thing to sort for a coach 13 hours ago
- @lee_ryder few weeks, virtually 18 months, struggle to see the game plan either attacking or defending or transitio… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 13 hours ago
- @ClennellPeter coaching! ? season and a half of coaching by a man who's regressed every player and every team concept and stat 13 hours ago
Monthly Archives: February 2012
I read this article in The Times last week and it resonated with my own thoughts. I have been increasingly worried with the senior English students I see at Kip McGrath Ashford, not with them, but how the English curriculum … Continue reading
In my previous blog I highlighted the question “Is your child’s tutor qualified to teach?” The feedback I received came in two broad categories; those that had made the assumption that every tutor was a qualified teacher, and those that … Continue reading