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Whether our family has direct personal experiences of being Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender (LGBT) or not it is important that we understand people’s differences so we can talk openly with our youngsters and give them the knowledge they need to remain tolerant and accepting. For it is through education and awareness that we can... Read more »


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With all the recent campaigning for the election I wonder how many teachers absconded from the classroom for a day or two to get involved? It would be considered shocking in this country to have teachers absent from the classroom because they were busy campaigning. Yet it seems to be quite acceptable if you teach... Read more »

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You have to wonder at the thinking behind the English Grammar curriculum when you read regularly about the things the children have to learn at increasingly young ages. If you’ve a child around primary age you’ll no doubt have come across parts of the English language that they’re required to use like ‘frontal adverbials’ and... Read more »


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The recent terrorist event in London and Manchester has been utterly shocking. With the deepest respect for the grief of those who’ve lost, even those of us who haven’t feel the sense of collected shock and empathy for those who have. We are all affected in different ways. And so are our children. They will... Read more »

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