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Suzanne Gallimore
Secondary English. Literacy coordinator.
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Suzanne Gallimore Jun 16
Pleased for James. Well done!
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Suzanne Gallimore Jun 12
Replying to @chrisdysonHT
I did my first school experience at Hassell and then volunteered for a while afterwards, great school lovely staff and kids.
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Tom Rogers Jun 12
If you aren’t reducing workload, you aren’t increasing wellbeing.
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Suzanne Gallimore Jun 11
Nevermind 'more modelling' , 'better feedback' my target for next year is this! I love it!
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Suzanne Gallimore Jun 10
He is brilliant! Our students were blown away by his ability to remember 'all those lines' - great performance!
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Mr Pink Jun 9
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Suzanne Gallimore Jun 6
Replying to @lindsayjskinner
Someone suggestions of 'Weetabi' made me chuckle. I too only discovered this recently!
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Suzanne Gallimore Jun 6
Replying to @lindsayjskinner
You should Google 'what is the plural of Weetabix' some of the suggestions on forums were hilarious!
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Suzanne Gallimore Jun 4
Replying to @JayKontzle @emmerdale
Happy for you Jay. Miss the music chat though!
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Suzanne Gallimore Jun 3
Replying to @MissHasan91
Me 2! The number of followers then dramtically drops a week or two after the initial push.
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Suzanne Gallimore May 30
We are in the process of moving house, but your book has remained unpacked. I work in a boys secondary, and the chapter on engagement was a real eyeopener. Thank you!
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Suzanne Gallimore May 29
Replying to @HughesHaili
Not one of mine, I read it on Twitter from another teacher. A student of hers had compared 'Storm on the Island' to...the three little pigs!
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Suzanne Gallimore May 28
Replying to @HughesHaili
I no longer plan revision sessions, instead I run them like a surgery, students come with a specific problem or area that they need to work on. It reduces my workload and hopefully theu find it of more use.
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Suzanne Gallimore May 28
Replying to @HughesHaili
I found this article useful.
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Suzanne Gallimore May 28
Replying to @MissStanleyYr6
I try to unlock my classroom door with my car key most mornings.
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Suzanne Gallimore May 27
Secondary English teacher and whole school literacy lead.
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Suzanne Gallimore May 27
Replying to @HughesHaili
Workload - too much of my own time on work instead of me time and family. Thankfully, I havr managed to put things in place to self manage this.
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Suzanne Gallimore May 27
Replying to @StevieFinegan
Move onto Killing Eve...
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Suzanne Gallimore May 24
Replying to @mr_englishteach
"I answered An Inspector Calls Miss, put my head on the desk, the next thing I knew it was the end of the exam"
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Suzanne Gallimore May 22
Thank you for sharing this, and your other resources. This looks great!
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