What do the walls of your classroom really say about learning?

In between the consumption of vast quantities of delicious food, I've been spending a lot of time meandering around art galleries in Europe. I've seen the grand masters - Picasso, Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Dali, CĂ©zanne, Renoir, Degas. Too many - I was sensory overload. A lot of the works of art have just blended in to... Continue Reading →

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Goodie buckets and lollypop moments – making the first day of school awesome

This year I've resolved to share more of my practice online. I'm not sure how interesting it will be once the term really begins, but for now this school year is new and sparkly. I have lots of energy and want to share (as opposed to last year which just seemed to pass in blur... Continue Reading →

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