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Neil Gaiman: Why our future depends on libraries, reading and daydreaming

'Well-off families create 'glass floor' to ensure children's success, says study - Children from wealthier families but with less academic ability are more likely to become high earners than more gifted counterparts from poor families

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A presentation and poster explaining what inclusion is/should be in the classroom or school environment. This is full of simplified statements and could be expanded upon for awareness or staff training purposes.

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He offered it to me. Said it with passion hope and fear. Like it was his last option. But he couldn't do it without me. If I held him here the fire from within would distroy him, in time. He asked me to run away with him as his last hope. But the problem was. I wasn't him. I needed school. I needed the classes. I needed everything here. But he didn't he needed to go away. And I needed to stay. And he knew. So he would stay to. But it would destroy him we both knew that.

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Sensory Gardens, today is the first I've heard of this. What a wonderful idea, especially for a lawn that just won't grow grass. My imagination is running wild!

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from e.a. deverell

Ticking Clock (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Writing Worksheet – Ticking Clock (PDF) A “ticking clock” is a great way to add suspense and purpose to your plot. Depending on your story, the clock can be the time of your character’s favourite TV programme, the last call for drinks, a big round birthday, the time at which the carriage will turn back into…

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i so do this - with the thank you wave of course. Ok, also while looking down because the last thing I want to do is trip and fall down in front of said car...

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