AN EDUCATIONAL NOMAD: The ‘other’ in every place
‘Nobody can teach me who I am. You can describe parts of me, but who I am – and what I need – is something I have to find out myself.’ – Chinua Achebe This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more.… Read more
I have been thinking alot lately about the nature of the work I do. The training I offer centres on anti-racist and decolonial practice and continues to been bespoke to the organisations/clients I work with. This work always combines allyship with antiracist training because the two must work alongside each other. But what I have… Read more
Sixteen years ago, as a Newly Qualified Teacher, I was preparing to conduct my first Parents’ Evening. Classroom ready, notes on each child, butterflies in the stomach – the full works! As if that was not enough, my Head Teacher demanded that I left my door open during a meeting with one particular parent. Why?… Read more
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