Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Glorious Revolution – a kid’s perspective

I recently taught the Glorious Revolution to Year 8. At the end of the lesson I asked them to summarise the narrative. One student produced the picture below. I think it’s both genius and hilarious so I thought I’d share … Continue reading

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10 a day – making marking effective and achievable

I am rubbish at marking.  Alright that might be a bit harsh. I am bad at motivating myself to do it. I know it’s important to do it as the kids need to have specific and targetted advice on how … Continue reading

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The new History curriculum – first thoughts

It’s begun. The first proper leak from the new History curriculum was posted in the Daily Mail a week ago and from all reports the official version will be published very soon. You can see a picture of the article below: … Continue reading

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