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Welcome to our random musings. If Carlsberg could write blogs...

Race Ready

Life can feel a bit like Mario Kart: it’s fast, furious and unforgiving. There are banana skins aplenty! (more…)

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A Happy Ending

What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object? Come July-the-something-or-other, you’re about to find out. (more…)

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LIFE: one careful owner

With attention spans shrinking, we’re giving you something super short. More of a thought than a blog… (more…)

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An alternative reality…

This is well worth 3 minutes of your time. If you’re a teacher, it’s worth sharing with your class. (more…)

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Lesley’s Story

I first heard of the Art of Brilliance when I saw the book ‘The Art of Being Brilliant’ by Andy Cope about 10 years ago. (more…)

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Hatch, match and dispatch

When I was a teenager, I remember there was a spate of family weddings. We’d get dressed up and trudge to church for the nuptials. (more…)

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Podcast: S06E04

 “Stirring Up Change in the Hospitality World”
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PEeek! Kit

Most schools sport a uniform, the most eclectic of all is the one fashioned by the staff. (more…)

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End the civil war

Whether you realise it or not, you are always in a conversation. Sometimes with colleagues, students and family – but always with yourself. (more…)

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The Power of YOU

They’re everywhere! The chances are you’ve never seen the Everyday Superheroes because they’re cunningly disguised as ordinary people. (more…)

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A quiet thank you to the carers

True story… At the hospital, Erik was led to a private waiting area, where the brain surgeon came in to see him and his wife. (more…)

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The Fifth Season

Vivaldi had The Four Seasons.  Teachers go one better.  They have a fifth: The Reports Season.  (more…)

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