Monthly Archives: January 2014


Alex Quigley, subject Leader of English & Assistant Head at Huntington Secondary School, rightly calls questioning the ‘bread and butter of great teaching’ something I have forgotten at times over the years, sometimes when I have planned a lesson for an … Continue reading

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In defense of Blackadder

There has been a lot of talk about Blackadder in the news recently, particularly concerning its use in History classrooms. It has certainly had a major influence in shaping how millions view the First World War. Many consider the Tommy … Continue reading

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