In Part three of two academic years a Midlands head teacher concludes their account of the last two academic years
Author: Central Bylines Team
In this second article, a Midlands junior school headteacher describes what happened to ensure school staff and pupils responded
A headteacher records the trials and tribulations of managing a school during the Covid pandemic in the first of three parts.
July’s Buxton Festival Fringe saw the debut of our very own Anna Girolami’s play, Laudable Pus (from Galen to Gallstones), a witty romp through the annals of medical history. The play was entertaining for old and young. In the relaxed setting of the High Peak bookstore, the highest bookshop in England, the well attended show […]
If we don’t like the government we can always change them. But there are no mechanisms for dealing with a referendum we come to regret.
In yet another ‘dialogue de sourds‘ with my MP, I recently emailed them about the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill (PCSCB) currently going through Parliament. As so often, the reply I received was deeply unsatisfactory. But more than unsatisfactory was their use of language. Distortion, deflection and (mis- or re) direction are employed to […]
Carrie Antoinette’s dead cat diary is a comedic parody of the Wikipedia entry about Marie Antoinette