Archive for September 22nd, 2010

Woolavington Primary School, Somerset: Day One

| September 22, 2010 | 14 Comments 

After stopping of at AT Computers, Tewksbury, we’re now back within a stone’s throw, (or twelve), from home, here at Woolavington Primary School in Somerset. We can see Crook Peak, (thank you BBC for this) a view we usually enjoy from our back garden. Today, is a good long twilight session with teachers and TA’s from the schools and visiting colleagues from neighbouring schools in the Sedgemoor Learning Alliance, 14 establishments including primary, secondary and special schools. What a treat, loads of smiles and laughter, and we will have the pleasure of returning here next Tuesday, for a day of demonstration lessons.

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Many colours of magic

| September 22, 2010 | 4 Comments 

Again, thank you to Roger Neilson,of Marden CLC, for his gorgeous feedback, this time for our visit to Marden CLC, and the following day of lessons at Cullercoats Primary School, earlier this week.

(The original text is on his blog HERE).

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Cullercoats Primary School, North Tyneside

| September 22, 2010 | 4 Comments 

Following a very enjoyable training day at Marden CLC, we ventured just down the road, to Cullercoats Primary School, a large primary school that prides itself on the quality of its teamwork across year groups, key stages and the school as a whole, and that is very evident.

A huge THANK YOU to head teacher, Gavin Storey, and his team for looking after us and supporting the ‘quick changes’ required through the day as we had the pleasure of working with pupils and staff across the school.

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