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"Do you tweet?"

Rejoice fellow Tweeters and advocates of social media; this question is now officially grammatically correct. As of June 2013, the verb 'to tweet' now appears in the Oxford English Dictionary. Read More...

A Fresh Start

Starting a new school as the Headteacher can be daunting. Starting at a school that actually doesn’t exist yet is very daunting – and strange too. Read More...

Stating the Obvious

Stating the Obvious
Having started my first headship in January after a rather jam-packed nine years of teaching, the realisation of the responsibilities of the job are truly sinking in. No longer do colleagues stop to talk, albeit briefly, as teachers are far too busy to chat about the weekend, husband, children etc. Read More...

Men in Early Years

Last academic year I remember coming to the end of term 5 with my year one class, saying to my TA that I was looking forward to another year in KS1. Little did I know at the time that I had been given a career changing opportunity that I hadn’t seen coming. Read More...

The Lunch Table

The Lunch Table
You can learn a lot about people over a lunch table. "The Headteacher and I regularly eat lunch together in our school hall with the children. Not only does it give us the chance to catch up, it allows us to get to know the pupils in a different context." Read More...

Welcome to the Kent Teach Blog!

Welcome to our brand new blog, we hope that this will give you an insight into the world of teaching. For those of you already teaching hopefully you will be able to relate to the stories, ideas, concerns, resources and breakthrough moments that our bloggers will share with you. Read More...