My educational 101

This Easter holiday, I’m celebrating a little anniversary. It was two years ago that I got offered my first job in a school. In January I had made the decision to get into teaching and then managed to do some volunteering in a local school as well as with the charity IntoUniversity. Now I was […]

Workload and resources

My timeline yesterday was full of outrage following the publication of this TES article, with the clickbait headline ‘The solution to the workload crisis? Stop teachers designing their own lessons’ which was prompted by the publication of this report by the Policy Exchange. As always with these things, the actual report is a lot more […]

Far from the madding crowd

Years ago, when I was dabbling in property development, I discovered something about human nature which helped me find my little niche in the developer world. Like many others, I’d cut my teeth watching programmes such as ‘Homes under the hammer’ and tried going to auctions to find a property to buy. I’d look at […]