I attended my first researchED event yesterday when ResearchED Brum 2018 took place at Dame Elizabeth Cadbury School. It was the first time the movement/community, for that is how it styles itself, had come to Birmingham and it provided the perfect opportunity to put a toe in the water. I wasn’t sure how welcoming the …Continue reading "The SBL who attended ResearchED Brum 2018"
A brief leadership story drawn from the 1996 Everest Disaster Stephen Morales wanted to use lessons from a disastrous climbing expedition in 1996 to illustrate the perils of pressing on too high, too far, too soon as NASBM transitioned to institute status. He was unable to deliver the presentation to conference as planned on the 16th November 2017 and …Continue reading "Everest: a lesson in leadership"
The BGGS Modern Foreign Languages Hub and a chance to be involved in the new National Centre for CLIL in Birmingham Somewhat off my usual topic of school business management, I am promoting my school’s approach to language teaching along with an opportunity for schools to get more involved. Bordesley Green Girls School runs a …Continue reading "Modern Foreign Languages Hub Meeting"
My school, Bordesley Green Girls’ School and Sixth Form works with the Bishop Challoner Teaching School Alliance (BCTSA) alongside a further 50 primary and secondary schools. Its a great place to start your teaching career and our alliance has a long and successful record of initial teacher training. We are pleased to be working with BCTSA and …Continue reading "Train to teach with us in Britain’s second city"