Things that matter are hard.

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Things that matter are hard. We watched ‘Instant Family’ last night. The ‘based on a true story’ film is about a mid 30s couple in California played by Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne who are responding to the ticking clock … Continued

We need to talk about pathways…

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As the world comes to terms with the effects and long-term impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is clear that young people are going to need more and different levels of support. Different from one another, different from before and … Continued

The gentle art of persuasion.

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Are some of your students in need of a boost? Do the usual suspects need a gentle shove? Do some of them really need a rocket? OK, we can help. I’m not talking about Shock and Awe or a SCUD … Continued

Reflecting and proposing…

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2020: A reflection. 2020 has been a bit, well, unpredictable hasn’t it? Regardless of your plans, hopes and dreams at this point in 2019, it’s likely that they have been largely adapted, if not decimated by the COVID-19 pandemic. By … Continued

You’re not a tree.

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QUOTE: “if you don’t like where you are, move. You’re not a tree”. I don’t know who said this but it’s so true, often we stay where we are through fear of change, habit or feeling like we’ve got no … Continued

Workshops in a COVID world.

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We have all been affected by the COVID pandemic. The way we work, the possibilities and opportunities have all changed but we are determined to do everything we can to ensure students can enjoy our workshops. Here’s a short film … Continued