What do we do in the holidays?

Recently throughout the pandemic, I’ve been reminding people that not just teachers work in schools and that there is a wide range of other professionals who work there. Indeed, during school holidays these crucial members of staff are often in and continuing to improve systems and estates for teachers and Read more…

Be nice.

When it comes to mental health, it’s about time we stopped just having special days, stopped having posters and badges and logos and actually do something to support all of us. Well-being is not just a chocolate bar from your boss. It is a long term reduction of anxiety inducing Read more…

2020.

I always enjoy reading the years in review for those people I follow online. I like the mix of professional and personal; and to see how they have got on – so I thought I would be unique, like them, and post mine. A lot of these blogs reviewing the Read more…

Why Zoom is crap

I’ve been tweeting a lot last night and this morning especially about why Zoom is crap, and why I can’t understand those people or schools using it when they have GSuite and Office365 just sat there. But then I realised I can understand it after getting many many replies. When Read more…

The week that was.

I still can’t believe, that in a matter of less then 2 weeks, schools have fully adopted Office365, devices have been bought and rolled out via Intune and azure, software has been purchased to increase adoption in schools and I’ve delivered training consecutively to full rooms. It only took a Read more…