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Heroes in Education
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    A5: I always model great manners to every staff member in the school. Everyone can be polite and friendly.

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    A4 History and Pshe are always a good start. Or an inspiring character from a book study.

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    A8 By accepting that everyone has a different teaching style, and supporting colleagues with the boring day to day stuff, even if you don't "like" them. We're all in this together!!

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    Q8: listen to others, share ideas and always offer a cup of tea 😊

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    A5 I show my mistakes, they even point these out to me now. I try and create a culture where mistakes are okay! Lots of praise and lots of smiles 😊

  7. 13 hours ago

    It's 9pm. Thanks to all who contributed to tonight. The chat archive will be at soon.

  8. 13 hours ago
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    we don't get many men applying for an infant school. It's not harmful to the children but it's been this way at our school for the last 10 years. We've had a few students and a couple of TAs. Come on men...we need you!! 😊

  9. 13 hours ago
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    A8. Take people with you. Share your success and give people advice. But also share your mistakes!

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    What efforts have been made to gain male members of staff? Do you feel the lack of diversity in the staff is harmful to the learning/experience of pupils?

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    A8: support, don’t compete!

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    A7 Without a shadow of a doubt the teachers from my secondary school, particularly the PE department. Mr Hill, Mr Marshall and Mr Byrne. All fostered and harnessed my passion and love of sport, all have given me advice, support and opportunities I’ll never forget.

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    A1 definitely, especially in regard to maths. Have you ever seen the video on YouTube Hollywood hates maths? It just shows that it's not cool to be good at maths.

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    A7. My English teacher and head of 6th form - she took the time to take me to university open days and really made me feel proud of my work.

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    Q8 How can we be a hero to fellow educators? Pls use the hashtag & A8...

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    A3 our school has no male members of staff, so we try and get lots of male role models into school. (Not for our benefit at all!!! 😁)

  17. 13 hours ago

    A7: Fred Rogers, Jaime Escalante, and Professor Minerva McGonagall.

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    A7: my secondary music teacher, Mrs Vicary. Passionate to the core about her subject AND grammar! Hilarious, caring, fiercely individual! Still see her today, she retired when I was 17! 10 years later we’re firm friends and she came to teach my own class last term!

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    A5 I make a lot of mistakes, in a world of low risk takers and great pressure to be perfectionists...I make mistakes. My class mantra; making mistakes is how we learn. Also, how do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time 😁

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    A6. We do through peer mentoring & this works well. We used to have vertical tutor groups - many of the students were great models for younger students. Downside being that some younger students were easily led by less positive older students

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