My ‘freelanciversary’: the mistake I made

The start of September marks my ‘freelanciversary’. I left teaching in 2017 to allow space for other things, not least to give more attention to creating better ways to develop diversity and mutual understanding in the classroom. Over the last couple of years, I have worked with groups, and on projects and resources to enable …

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It’s not about screens, it’s about what screens replace.

A couple of weeks ago I was interviewed by a local charity as part of a campaign to raise awareness (and encourage limits) on the amount of time young people spend looking at screens. Most of us agree children spending long periods of time on one type of screen or another isn’t healthy, however, there …

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