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Gareth Sturdy
Teacher of Mathematics and English. Co-organiser, Education Forum ; Adviser ; Trustee, .
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Oberon Le Blanc #FBPE #Repent #Rejoin #Rejoice 24h
What tangible benefit do you miss the most from not being in the EU?
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A thread that does nothing much other than prove that some poor souls can stare at Homer for half their life and still not understand it
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Timandra Harkness Feb 27
London is open. But you have to walk here.
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JamesHeartfield Feb 27
Another attack on Freedom of Movement
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Gareth Sturdy Feb 27
Replying to @janexrj @spikedonline
It is true. The proposal is to make them an optional element of the Greats. The main point is that Oxford is suggesting that Homer and Virgil in the original languages are not foundational but optional elements of study
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Gareth Sturdy Feb 25
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Gareth Sturdy Feb 25
This Tweet did not age well.
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Living Freedom Feb 25
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Gareth Sturdy Feb 25
Replying to @_bandwagonesque
Is this not a monumental self-own, or am I missing something?
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spiked Feb 24
Brexit breathed new life into politics. It showed us that when we mobilise and make our presence felt at the ballot box, we can change things. The task ahead now is to prevent the main parties from retreating into politics as usual, writes Sam Parker
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spiked Feb 24
Simon Warr passed away last week. He was a beloved educator and BBC broadcaster, driven by empathy and duty in all he pursued. It was devastating that his final years were dominated by malicious false accusations against him, writes
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Gareth Sturdy Feb 23
This man is a self-confessed killer of women and children.
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BehindtheMuseum Feb 20
Very important study on censorship in the arts. Relates to our most recent podcast with & on censorship in the arts over the last decade. Listen here
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Gareth Sturdy Feb 21
Replying to @SarahA775
To quote that ancient source of wisdom, Toploader, "you can't dance and stay uptight."
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Gareth Sturdy Feb 21
Replying to @SarahA775
Oversharing?
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Lee Donaghy Feb 20
Labour is nowhere on education Part 234,458
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Michael Merrick Feb 19
I just... I don't see how people miss the lingering colonialist attitude here. 'Get the foreigners to do the jobs that are beneath us'. I mean, it's pretty thinly veiled.
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Gareth Sturdy Feb 20
Replying to @JtuckerJames
I think the clue that it's metaphorical is in the bit where pigs become property developers, no?
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Gareth Sturdy Feb 20
Replying to @Ella_M_Whelan
Hope you're ok, Ella. Um shanti, or whatever it is
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Gareth Sturdy Feb 17
Replying to @JHC_Porter
No. An idol out of intelligence, maybe. But not intellect. The two are to be differentiated.
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