Category Archives: gcse

THE Game

>Just spent an evening with colleagues and students on the last session of the online games course. I was really impressed with so much of this. It is a curious experience because it is, on the one hand, very matter … Continue reading

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Something significant happening here

> Just need to put down a marker here about the work being done at Chalfonts Community College. I have written of this before but the new website seems to me to be something special. It represents four, or five, … Continue reading

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Testing the ‘C’ boundary

> In a daily routine of emails and meetings it was a pleasure to join art teachers and just talk about teaching art and students: like the yr 10 student whose sole expectations from life were “make up, a baby … Continue reading

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Assessment burdens

>A visit to the GCSE exhibition at Sir William Borlase’s Grammar School included an interesting discussion on the amount of work students do in art. We came to no clear conclusions but felt that the assessment burden on teachers and … Continue reading

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