Weird things I never thought would ever happen:
*Students have all been tested once for a virus so far this week.
*Today I was tested for a virus and collected my home testing kits.
*A student asked me in remote learning if they could make an origami bird for their well-being
Today’s @TMEnglishIcons and having the privilege of running @Team_English1 always reminds me that there are brilliant people across the country...and the world, who are experts that we can all learn from.
“Ultimately, the most important thing for young people is a broad and balanced curriculum where we don’t use the language of ‘catch-up’ and think: ‘Right, I’ll take them out of their PE lessons and give them extra maths’”: my comments to @CommonsEd https://t.co/MxhKq2m3yB
It really opened my eyes running a theatre trip. One of my Y10s asked if the theatre would look like this, and pointed at my poster of The Globe. Sometimes it’s easy to forget how narrow their experiences are so agree with taking every chance to extend @shadylady222#tmengicons
Here it is everyone!! Our amazing programme is here. We will be streaming the entire webinar on periscope/YouTube with details to follow. The recording/resources will be available on this link to anyone who signs up now or after event - 1000 already have! https://t.co/V1KygThEIshttps://t.co/aj5yaN8seY