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GCSEs: change is afoot

It seems that more changes are in store for the British Exam System. I’m guessing that most parents won’t be aware of what’s to come and most pupils will have no concept of why it matters. But from 2017, there will be a gradual shift in the way that GCSE exams are graded, from a […]

Views from the other side

One of the great joys of the internet is the ability to discover new information, views that don’t correspond with your own or delve into worlds with which you are unfamiliar. It maybe slightly unfashionable to see the world ‘from the other side’ when it seems increasingly popular to use the internet to confirm an […]


One of the most under appreciated and under utilised aspects of the Agile Methodology is the retrospective. In coding, as in life, perspective generally comes not from furious activity, but from those moments of quiet reflection. It makes us better at what we do. Matt Jukes, Head of Digital Transformation (nice title Matt) at the […]

Is education getting too complicated?

Watching the BBC’s latest costume drama, a very English adaption of Tolstoy’s War & Peace, has made me realise just how much stuff we now have to learn to be considered educated. Tolstoy’s story is set in a society where science was only just beginning to make inroads into the educated elite, where technology was […]


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