Cutting through the rubbish - the words we use make a big difference to the outcomes we end up with
If your knees aren’t dirty you haven’t been working hard enough
Making sure we focus on what's important in school, not just what makes us look good
10 Things I Love About Being Dyslexic
Written by Ian Gilbert’s 19 year-old ‘dyslexic’ daughter to help with the current debate about what it is, and whether it is at all.
The View From the Special School Part Two
Twelve months ago I felt compelled to write a blog about the frustrations I was feeling regarding GCSE exams and children in special and alternative provision. For those who read my ‘annual blog’ I was attempting to express my feeling of despair about how the children at my school are put through worrying levels of pressure to sit exams. Well, it’s happening again!
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