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All the World’s a Stage!

Introducing children a young as five to the complete plays of Shakespeare could be the answer to making our curriculum more human.  They are with us from the moment we are born (perhaps before?) and stay with us until the day we die. They define us. Most people would agree that without them we are […]

The Power of Non-Fiction

ENGLAND, WE HAVE A PROBLEM. According to the latest Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) education report our young adults have amongst the lowest literacy rates of any country in the modern industrialised world. England came 22nd out the 24 countries surveyed. What is going on? It seems that for at least a generation […]