Light at the end of the tunnel

It’s been quite a while since I posted on here as life has been a little hectic. I’ve just about floated back down from cloud nine over the ecstatic excitement of getting my first job. Well, I say floated.. The realization of feeling seriously unprepared for September and a million “What if?” and “How’s?” rattling around my head […]

Education Innovation

Fantastic day at Education Innovation today! http://educationinnovation.co.uk/ It was great to see so many teachers, companies and other professionals passionate about bringing such innovation to the classroom and ensuring children of all ages are digitally prepared for the world. My personal highlight has to be David Mitchell’s @DeputyMitchell seminar Sprogs with blogs. David shared some […]

Exploring the wider classroom

This weekend has bought two educational trips to explore possible locations for science visits; Think Tank in Birmingham and Leicester Space Museum. Both places really made me think about the value that they bring and the potential for taking a class there when I am teaching. Whilst I think that trips are a really important […]

One step closer

Following this mornings Professional Development File oral assessment, I am now only one 3,000 word assignment away from completing my degree! (Plus the Independent Study and Leadership and Management reflective assignment and group presentation towards my extra PGCE masters credits… but that’s technically not part of my degree). Anyway, I am trying to be positive and […]

When you think you know everything, it’s time to give up

Today, I have officially begun the research for my inquiry project, which focuses upon how to better my own practice in a particular area. My choice: How can I increase girls motivation to engage further in primary science? The project shall contribute towards the 60 masters credits I have opted to take this year, whilst also completing my degree. Safe […]