FCCT CharteredCollege

FCCT = Forgotten Craft of the Classroom Teacher Loving your subject Explaining clearly Maintaining discipline NOT: Evidence based cognitive load research baloney, as proposed by Chartered […]

Teachers’ Manifesto

Alison is FCCT. Fellow of the Chartered College of Teaching. Chartered College Teachers’ Manifesto makes interesting reading. Time off every day for research. Part time working. […]

Twitter Parents

Parents have found Ms Jones on Twitter, & she has to deal with queries 24/7. Grumbles about missing socks, newsletters, homework, now reach the whole of […]

Character Education

Headteacher Jennifer was so pleased to receive the new DfE Character Education Guidance. DfE say it is just guidance, and not compulsory! No problem then. #catteachers

Voting Age

Miss James has heard that 16 year olds could be given the vote. “Would this help them to give homework in on time?” #catteachers

Identity Politics

After Missy identified as a dog, she got a lot more attention from university student activists. But would it last, she wondered! #catteachers

Knowing Everything

As a teenager, little kitty knows everything. She reads The Guardian. She dismisses her mother as downright stupid. “Why are old cats so dim?” Luckily for […]

Cultural Appropriation

Miss Timms liked fashion but she was worried. Would her students accuse her of ‘cultural appropriation’? Some might say she is exploiting Mexicats. It was so […]

Fidget Spinner Wars

Research has shown that fidget spinners actually distract, rather than aid pupils. Edu consultant Ms Busy Boddy urgently needs another fad to prove that only teachers […]
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