Showing posts from 2014

Save Letter Writing...When was the last time you wrote a handwritten letter for a friend?

Is letter writing becoming a dying art form?
Interesting discussion here...

What do you think?

Guess which topic we're currently studying...

Nothing like making it really obvious and the kids love it! 

We've reached the halfway've nearly reached the summit!

"Balance is not better time management, but better boundary managemant. Balance means making choices and enjoying them."   – Betsy Jacobson Do your batteries feel drained? As you climb towards the final days of term, feel proud of everything you and your students have achieved. As the going gets tough, remember to take care of Number 1! An easy thing to say, but too often missed. We've worked hard enough without punishing ourselves further by forgetting simple personal treats and care. As I type this post for you, even though I'm excited to write it, I myself have reached the point of no return and my hair has not seen a good day for about two weeks! Albeit with my curly locks, working in Malaysia with the intense 30 Degree heat, doesn't make it easier. Frizz, frizz and more frizz! Some of the tasks completed by myself in the last 3 weeks are as follows; Class Residential, Residential Assembly performance, Whole School Art Exhibition, Reports, Parent-teacher inter…

Magic Moments - Put it in a jar!

Put it in a jar!

Sometimes, it's easy to forget about those wonderful 'wow moments'.However hard we try as teachers to recognise those precious moments, they're so easy to forget with the every day hustle & bustle of a buzzing school. Not to mention the one million other 'TO DO' things you're trying to remember. 
Inspired by a friend, try this! It's simpleand very effective! Throughout your academic year, every time one of your students amaze you with a 'wow moment', write it onto a post-it note and add it to your class jar. At the end of the year, sit and read these moments with your class. You will be amazed at how much progress can be shared together, not to mention the warmth created within the atmosphere, seeing smiles all around when you walk down memory lane.
Give it a try...'the best PSHE lesson I ever had, revealing their moments.'