By Andy Tharby
At this time of the school year we usually dedicate some of our time to thinking about the new approaches we aim to adopt next year. Often we concentrate on the improvements we will make: better resources, better teaching strategies, better relationships … And when we picture ourselves at the start of the next year, fresh and bushy-tailed, we imagine ourselves ready to face new challenges head-on, complete with a repertoire of exciting new tricks up our sleeves.
However, we should also pause to reflect on what we need to discard from our practice as well as the additions we…
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