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I'm an English teacher passionate about the 'mechanics' of learning. P.S. All my own 'views'!
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St. Bede's, Bristol Feb 6
Thank you to writer/performer Steven Camden who worked with over 300 of our students today, delivering engaging and inspirational workshops. you were amazing!
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SCS Feb 6
Thank you so much for your visit today. I've never seen so many smiling Yr11 faces about 'sausage rolls, bananas and Villa players'. You're even better than said you would be. PS I've recovered from the potplant injury. 'sAuthorVisit
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Danielle Binks Feb 5
YA observation: I am always a little ... disappointed when I read low-star reviews, that cite a female protagonist being unlikeable and her actions immoral as the reasons for hating the whole book.
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Schools Week Feb 2
100 schools help the poorest pupils progress more than their peers - what are they doing that's so special? New research from
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SCS Jan 27
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St. Bede's, Bristol Jan 19
Rehearsals for the upcoming production of The Wizard of Oz are now in full swing with pupils working hard to learn the chorus dances and songs in Munchkinland! We can't wait to show you the real thing - here's a sneak peek.
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St. Bede's, Bristol Jan 24
Well done Rachel and Isabel!
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ESU Jan 19
Replying to @STB_Bristol
Congratulations 👏👏 good luck in the next round team
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St. Bede's, Bristol Jan 19
Congratulations to Daniel, Layla and Gabby who participated in the English Speaking Union competition yesterday. For the second year running, we have reached the Regional Final! Good luck in Taunton.
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Michael Moore Jan 15
Dr. King believed racism & capitalism were inextricably linked & we needed “democratic socialism.” Referring to the Greensboro Lunch Counter sit-ins, he asked “What good is having the right to sit at a lunch counter if you can’t afford to buy a hamburger?”
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Globe Opinion Jan 13
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SCS Jan 10
Do you remember when you joined Twitter? I do!
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Maz Evans Jan 7
I am working at the airport and a man just came up to me and said he was so impressed with my speedy typing that I'd have a job if I ever wanted to be his secretary. I politely informed him that if he ever wanted to be mine, he'd already failed the interview.
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Doug Lemov Jan 5
Vocabulary is arguably the most important form of knowledge & this is the best book I've read on vocabulary.
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Robert Macfarlane Dec 18
Word(s) of the day: “halcyon days” - a period of calm winter weather, esp. in the fortnight around the solstice. From “Alcyone” - daughter of Aeolus, god of the winds - who in Greek myth was turned into a kingfisher, & laid her eggs in a nest on seas made calm by her father.
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Robert Macfarlane Dec 17
Three days to go until the start - on 20th Dec - of , a midwinter group-read of Susan Cooper's classic fantasy novel The Dark Is Rising. All welcome! My 11-yr-old son will be taking part... I aim to post a prompt/thought/question every day around 9am.
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