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The GovealoThis poem was written way back when Michael Gove was the Education Secretary.  It had a lot of people taking an interest (possibly went viral), so I thought it should have a new home on this blog.What was interesting about Michael Gov...

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Grammar Aquarium

For anyone who wants to revise their grammatical skills in a fun way, why not visit the Grammar Aquarium website at  There are over fifty grammatical terms covered and each one has an explanation, a funny video featuri...

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Thank you...

 A huge thank you for these lovely letters I received from the pupils at Moss Side Primary in Leyland.  I've visited the school a few times and the pupils have always been a credit to their parents, the school and themselves.

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The first post...

For the first post to this blog, I thought I'd just offer you a glimpse of how this whole venture started out.  In 2005, I began recording revision podcasts for my pupils and left them freely available on the internet.  Things seemed to gat...

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