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I visited an academy yesterday...

Discussion in 'Education news' started by Oldfashioned, Oct 13, 2016.

  1. esther30

    esther30 New commenter

    Yep, this atmosphere didn't sound too healthy...because of fear...SLT people can make mistakes and no more 'clever' than us, humble teachers...lol
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  2. firstpoet

    firstpoet New commenter

    Remember the shock when the top English guy at OFSTED wrote the report slamming five part lessons and saying they rarely saw sustained reading or writing? Bit puzzling for many dim ex PE SLT types and their thicko INSET days on how to make every lesson frenetic. That’s right 25+ manic five part lessons and no one on INSET from a charlatan consultant apart from myself to say at the time that any adult would rebel against that after one day and OFSTED,to be fair, didn’t want that. Embarrassed silence all round but carry on regardless.
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  3. firstpoet

    firstpoet New commenter

    You’ve been
    brainwashed into accepting that the whole thing is dangerous but you might be right and I dare the DFE to put that in their recruitment.
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  4. schoolsout4summer

    schoolsout4summer Star commenter

    At a school that I once worked at, one of the creeps found out that the Head and their wife shopped at a certain branch of Tesco's every Saturday morning. From then on he always "accidentally" bumped into him every Saturday morning.
  5. Mrsmumbles

    Mrsmumbles Star commenter

    Ah, lovely. Ironic really; displaying limited imagination over what is classy. Oh dear. Brown-nosing over the brown sauce at Tesco’s. Pastoral care in the pasta aisle. Discussing value-added by fhe Tesco added-value poverty section. This is English education today, chaps.

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