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Nicola Woolcock
Education Correspondent at The Times
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Nick Linford 20h
Excellent piece by in the . Think of the damage this spending on lobster has done to the FE Sector reputation. Think of the futher damage it does every day the principal & chair continue to claim it’s normal ahead of the investigation
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Nicola Woolcock Sep 20
No, Greg. Greggs isn't dying out.
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Nicola Woolcock Sep 20
Oh, and Gregs and Graemes are dying out
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Nicola Woolcock Sep 20
The most unpopular baby names last year included Norma, Clive, Maureen and Geoff. Time for a hipster revival of baby-boomer names??.
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Nicola Woolcock Sep 19
How to deal with hecklers, tumbleweed and awkward silence - the school offering lessons in stand-up comedy (to prepare pupils for job interviews, no joke)
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Nicola Woolcock Sep 18
Lou - Leave, you flamin galah!
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The Good Schools Guide Sep 18
Have any of you used who were under the age of 18? We'd love to hear your experience. DMs or replies welcome!
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Nicola Woolcock Sep 15
110%
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Sam Freedman Sep 15
Yet again left thinking that if MPs understood the concept of probability we'd be in a better place.
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Nicola Woolcock Sep 15
You could be making serious amounts helping other parents as a sideline
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Nicola Woolcock Sep 15
I saw, with dread, at "meet the teacher" evening last week, that the castle project looms for child 2 this year. Thinking of outsourcing....
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Tracey Bailey Sep 15
I had to ‘help’ my then 7 year old make a Charles I wig out of black paper curled with scissors. He did practically nothing. Should have kept it as child 2 had exact same homework 2 years later 😖
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Sharlene🐯 Sep 13
Our healthcare is free. We don’t have $50,000 student loans at age 18. Medicine is free for youth under 25. Marijuana is legal. Abortions are free. Our drinking age is 19. Your president is a racist orange cheeto & your police kill black people for sport. Sit this one out, love.
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Nicola Woolcock Sep 15
Replying to @tombennett71
I'm still traumatised by the mott and bailey castle that I laboured on, long after my daughter had lost interest. And it still looked like a 6-year-old had made it. And another mum made a perfect looking one out of cake
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Nicola Woolcock Sep 15
Replying to @afails @jealnicola
Painfully brilliant
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Rhys Blakely Sep 15
This holds equally well for the features editor who asks whether par 32 couldn't be lifted up into the intro
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Nicola Woolcock Sep 15
Opal Fruits next please (showing my age)
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Nicola Woolcock Sep 15
Gove became a “foam-flecked Faragist,” Cummings concocted a “cauldron of toxicity”, while Cameron was hamstrung by paralysis in dealing with disloyalty and betrayal. Gripping stuff
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SallyAnneHuang Sep 14
My comments regarding the threat to jobs from proposals to tax education. Quoted by in - also includes thoughts from
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Nicola Woolcock Sep 13
⁩ Corrections and Clarifications
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