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Learning, teaching and best practice from across Goffs School and beyond

Learning Share Fair – 6th July 2016

As part of our professional development programme, Goffs recently hosted a ‘Learning Share Fair’; an opportunity for Goffs teachers and representatives from local schools to share their innovative and creative … Continue reading

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The Long Read: dumping down to wise up!

High Culture versus Pop Culture: which is best for engaging students? Research conducted for CamStar. Posted by Andrew Jones. Introduction ‘A high culture is the self-consciousness of a society’, Roger Scruton … Continue reading

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BLP and the Habit of Imagination

Posted by Stephanie Henderson When I think about the teachers that inspired me at school, the lessons that I vividly remember and think upon fondly all have one thing in … Continue reading

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All aboard for the perfect lesson!

Posted by Lisa Collins Deciding which ‘Perfect Lesson’ session to go to was easy peasy, it had to be History, as I need all the help I can get! An … Continue reading

April 20, 2016 · Leave a comment

An Engaging Lesson – Melike Temizturk

Posted by Melike Temizturk Since the beginning of Year 9 we have been learning about ‘life in Germany’ in our History lessons. However, the unit only covered the years from 1918 … Continue reading

March 30, 2016 · Leave a comment

Resilience and leadership

Posted by Phil Tucker Your team has just endured a torrid first half.  Your team mates are thinking “what’s next?” Your supporters have automatically assumed you are going to get … Continue reading

March 30, 2016 · Leave a comment

BREIS- Hip Hop Literacy

Posted by Sophie Everist Year 7 engaged in a day full of literacy during our most recent CED and they loved it! I invited BREIS (Brother Reaching Each Inner Soul) … Continue reading

March 7, 2016 · Leave a comment
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