Leaning in: Personal reflections on anti-racism practice and the journey towards allyship By Kristy Widdicombe-Dutch, Head of Learning Skills ‘[T]here is no freedom without rights and no rights without the […]
Ok, I’m being dramatic again and bursting into song unnecessarily – I can see you, I know you are too ;-). But today’s blog marks the end of our daily […]
“This is where I am now; this is how I got here; and these are some of the reasons why I think/feel/act as I do” Hunt, 2006b
Our guest blog today is from Helen Davies in the Timetabling team, who shares insight into her practice of bullet journaling, as well as letting us peek inside the covers […]
No, not a teacher’s pet, always compliments the boss, gets work in ahead of time kind of swot. The title is, of course, a play on words which perhaps not […]
Friday has come around already, and I want to share my own learning this week about our new ways of working.
While our team co-ordinator is enjoying Family Leave we have been joined temporarily by Hugh, who found himself thrown into the largely unknown world of Organisational and People Development, and […]
Life throws us challenges, and it is useful to recognise how our own personal dialogue helps or hinders. In today’s blog, Helen reflects on just this:
What are our moments of learning? And how much notice do we really take of them?