Monthly Archives: July 2016

What I have learned which may help the new Secretary of State

I have seen a number of ‘open letters’ and advice to the new SoS and it lead me to thinking – what would my approach be? 1. Take the heat out of it There is an enormous amount of ‘heat’ … Continue reading

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What I’ve learned about timetabling

It is a long time since I wrote about something very practical, but this summer I’ve been looking back at my timetabling days. I wrote my first timetable in 1995.  I had joined the school as the ‘timetabling deputy’ at Easter.  My … Continue reading

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