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Surviving Your First Christmas in Primary by @MsHJS

Name: MsHJS
Twitter:  @MsHJS
Sector:  Primary
Position: Assistant Headteacher
5 Bits of Advice About: Surviving your first Christmas in Primary

  1. Visit Poundland and invest in a Christmas hat.
  2. noch 134 Wörter

Review of the year so far

Week eleven starts on Monday. It’s very almost the end of my first semester of my first year (the second time around), so I thought I’d do a little bit of a review and a comparison to this time last year. noch 496 Wörter


For the Love of It

Here is an old post I wrote last November 2014 for another blog. Reading this blog post brings back so many wonderful memories–it truly captures my love for teaching (and writing!), so I am sharing it again here. noch 1.439 Wörter

Teaching & Reflecting

Every Little Helps

As a student without a proper, meaningful job, Richard had to rely on his maintenance loan to get him through last year. That amounted to £35 a week, which he could’ve spent on a pair of mid-range trainers, a ticket to a theme park or even alcohol (we are students, after all). noch 830 Wörter

From the Far Right, a List of “Weird” Stuff Said and Done by Lefties on Campus

Writing for the Far-Right website RedState, John Hawkins provides the following list of “15 Excerpts That Show How Radical, Weird And Out of Touch College Campuses Have Become”: noch 1.528 Wörter


Confession and Thanksgiving (Nehemiah 9:35)

During a Sunday worship service, our congregation said this prayer of confession in unison:

“Gracious God, like many believers before us, we complain when things do not go our way. noch 144 Wörter


Goodbye to all that ...

I’ve probably written somewhere else in this blog about how I find the gradual spiralling at the end of the school year from busy purpose to a kind of dissolving nothingness, a bit dis-spiriting. noch 125 Wörter