Brand New Edexcel GCSE PE Tracker & Intervention Document

Dear all, Today I am proud to announce the release of an affiliated product written by my colleague Adam Currington. The Edexcel GCSE PE Tracker and Intervention Document is a cloud-based platform for managing razor-sharp data relating to learner progress Read on! →

Look inside – look for the humanity

Many of us are seeking the “answer” to the education challenge. The fact that you choose to read blogs such as this one suggests that you are reflective and that you want to challenge yourself. You probably recognise, like I Read on! →

They Are Not Baked Bean Tins – They Are Learners

If you read some of the bigger educational blogs that get thousands of views per day in the UK you would inevitably begin to believe that the real threats to the quality of our educational system are abstract concepts such Read on! →

The Questioning Question

Over the past 16 years I believe that I have “formally observed” in the region of 150 lessons and have been observed for about 100 lessons. In every single feedback session after these 250 lessons the notion of questioning has Read on! →

My top 3 Educational Assumptions

This post is aimed at achieving one thing: naming and shaming the assumptions that are made in education every day – the assumptions that hold back improvements and student-centred, owned learning. They are simply my opinions and not representative of Read on! →