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  • 18/05/20

    Home Learning Newsletter #7

    Please find attached this week's newsletter from Mrs Williamson, Deputy Principal for Teaching & Learning. We will be launching live, online lessons this week. Guidance regarding live lessons can also be found below. Have a happy and healthy week.  
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  • 28/02/20

    Secondary School Placement day

    The blog is brought to you this week by Assistant Principal Mr Whitney.
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  • 07/02/20

    Helping Forge Great People and Cohesive Communities – Social Behaviour v Anti-Social Behaviour (and roc conversations)

    This week’s blog is brought to you by our Pastoral Deputy, Mr Healy. It is the 3rd in our series on forging great people and cohesive communities. In it he talks about how we can work together to reduce anti-social behaviour in our community. It seems perfectly timed with the recent ROC conver...
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  • 24/01/20

    So....Being a teacher

    This week’s blog is brought to you by one of our senior leaders, Miss Thistlewood, who plays a key role in teacher training at Hazeley and beyond. She shares why the people love teaching. If after reading it, you want to find out more about teacher training then please follow the links. Enj...
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  • 10/01/20

    Who controls the climate in your home?

    Who does control the climate in your home? By climate I mean emotional climate, is there someone whose behaviour decides if it is sunny or stormy? Although it is often a combination of everyone, more often than not there seems to be one person who possess the primary power to influence the mood in a...
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  • 13/12/19

    Teaching and Learning

    This edition of the principal's blog is brought to you by our Deputy Principal for Teaching and Learning, Mrs Williamson. It explores the importance of high quality assessment and feedback in education, making the point that although students may still be sat behind desks with a teacher in the c...
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  • 06/12/19

    What did you want to do when you grew up?

    For me, back in the 80s, careers education involved filling in questionnaires, a brief discussion with my form tutor and if you were lucky (or maybe unlucky demanding on how you viewed it) you also had a careers interview with the advisor who showed you a fairly traditional, limited, frankly beige r...
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