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Friday, February 29, 2008

Picture: David Rayner

CfBT Conference for Geography for new KS3 Curriculum

Thanks to the 70+ Heads of Geography and other colleagues in various capacities who attended the CfBT Eastern Region Conference at the Holiday Inn in Norwich yesterday.
It was hard work (especially as I followed it up with 2 hours plus at a parents evening...) but enjoyable, and good to talk to people and get their ideas for how they were going to be "creatively subversive...."

Particular thanks to David Rayner and Ruth Totterdell, the National Subject Leads, my RSA colleagues John Harrison and Katharine Hutchinson, John Lyon from the GA, and Jon Wolton from the RGS, and of course all the delegates, particularly Lucy and Clare.

A few images below, taken by me:
What to ditch / add ?Katharine's 'significance' workshop
Importance statement John Harrison getting "funky"
Ruth in the morning...The venue...
GA welcome banner...

If you were present and want any other copies of the documents I referred to, get in touch via the website.
If you've got anything to share, fling it my way !

And here's a reminder of the wonder that was Georgie's Landscape in a Box....

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