Philosophy for Children at Alfreton Nursery School | lizzylewissapere

by Amanda Hubball, Alfreton Nursery School Prior to introducing P4C into our school curriculum, our approach to learning had always been based around the belief that children should not have external limitations imposed on their experiences and that every individual should be immersed in high aspirations and an intrinsic belief in the value of their … More Philosophy for Children at Alfreton Nursery School | lizzylewissapere

Revision Strategies | Matthew Livermore

So today’s philosophy AS exam was interesting… The questions were in the three general areas that I indicated: Ancient Greek Philosophy Religious Experience Ontological Argument Of course, I did not completely nail the titles. But a question on Aristotle’s view of reality, a question on conversion experiences and a question on Kant’s view of the … More Revision Strategies | Matthew Livermore

Philosophy for Children at Alfreton Nursery School | lizzylewissapere

by Amanda Hubball, Alfreton Nursery School Prior to introducing P4C into our school curriculum, our approach to learning had always been based around the belief that children should not have external limitations imposed on their experiences and that every individual should be immersed in high aspirations and an intrinsic belief in the value of their … More Philosophy for Children at Alfreton Nursery School | lizzylewissapere

How to write excellent A Level essays… | Charlotte

Charlotte Vardy writes… This year we have been working on strategies to help students of all abilities maximize AO2 marks for the new A Level.  This will be of huge importance, given that 60% of the marks are allocated to AO2 and high AO1 marks demand a focus on the precise question, not the general … More How to write excellent A Level essays… | Charlotte

Rethinking planning – what if we plan not to finish? | missdcox

Whenever I think of lesson planning, it is usually in the form of filling the lesson time with a series of ‘activities’/actions that will happen during the lesson. The activities fit neatly into the time available. A trainee may ‘overplan’ or ‘underplan’ but most teachers get used to how long things take and adjust their … More Rethinking planning – what if we plan not to finish? | missdcox