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Simon Smith
Principal, Learner, Teacher, mad about children's books, Views are my own. .Proud to be part of the . A little bit tired!
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Simon Smith 6h
Replying to @simon_davies2
Mmm...I don’t know?
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Simon Smith 6h
Replying to @writerpaulmason
Loved the first one...so happy to see a sequel.
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Simon Smith 6h
Replying to @adamssimonc
Per person.
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Simon Smith 9h
Richard’s books are all fantastic.
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Jon Biddle 9h
Discovered this today and it's just what's needed! A wonderful picturebook from storyteller Richard O'Neill and illustrator Kirsty Beautyman about all the learning that can take place outside school. A lot of fun with a very pertinent message.
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Simon Smith 9h
So I can go out and spend £80 on a meal tonight with my wife and my 2 boys and we’ll get £40 off. Yet a family with two children who have lost their jobs that I’ve been delivering food parcels to only get £30 for a week. Something is properly messed up.
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Simon Smith 10h
Loved the on this by . The books is pretty fab as well. (I am a bit of a fan)
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Simon Smith 12h
Replying to @MrEFinch
Such athleticism...
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Ed Finch 12h
What is stopping you from doing this?
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Simon Smith 12h
Replying to @thenathwilcox
Yep
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Simon Smith 13h
Replying to @Bethan_Southern
Near where I work
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Simon Smith 13h
Replying to @ra1nb0wRa1nb0w
This was in the Daisychain bookshop. Buy 3 get 3 free on kids books.
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Simon Smith 13h
Glorious walk up the Malverns with my babies.
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Simon Smith 18h
Replying to @moses_brian
A favourite of mine too.
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Simon Smith 18h
Think I’m winning the . All these in 1 shop in St Johns, Worcester £12. Especially excited about a hardback Fever Crumb. The Quentin Blake has five stories in.
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Simon Smith Aug 2
Replying to @adamboxer1
More knowledge of what is most effective can help make informed decisions about how we teach in our classrooms. There is still a craft to be being a great teacher that can’t be defined though however much we’d like to try.
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Simon Smith Aug 2
Replying to @adamboxer1
Love this Adam and completely agree. As with everything if we’re not careful it becomes a ticklist. Teachers understanding of material and the best way to teach it has to trump ticklist cultures. Get away from observation cultures to one where lessons and choices are discussed
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Simon Smith Aug 2
Replying to @MissStanleyYr6
...don’t worry about them...they probably won’t be included after all schools aren’t risky ;-)
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Simon Smith Aug 2
Well that’s half of my school shut then...
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Simon Smith Aug 2
Replying to @ljhill85
It’s a bit to clear to be real.
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