Cornwall: Heads together…

| March 23, 2007 | 1 Comment 

What a fun way to end my trip to Cornwall this week.

I was invited to open the annual Cornwall Association of Primary Heads (CAPH) conference at the Mylor theatre in Truro College. Maybe it was because a group of heads together feel a combined release of pressure and tension, being away from their responsibilities, but I haven’t heard so many people laugh (at the right things and in the right places I assure you) and so heartily, for a while. 🙂

To the children, schools, teachers and heads I have had the pleasure to have met this week: I have worked with the Cornish Cream.

Thank you.

Category: 1) Events and Training days

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  1. Meical Jones says:

    In the interest of my blog, which concerns the attitudes of the Cornish towards their Celtic and linguistic heritage, I would like to ask if you consider yourself Kernowek or English? As a welsh nationalist it fascinates me to see the revival of this language and how it effects people’s awareness of belonging. Also – as you are a teacher, could I ask if there are language lessons in your school. I am aware that there is a very small amount of people who speak the language fluently. I must be honest in that my cornish is not a patch on my welsh and that’s why I write my blog in english (unfortunatley).

    I thoroughly enjoy your blog. I can relate to it as my parents are both primary teachers. Beautifully formated blog. Keep up the good work!

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