There is nothing about you that repulses Him.
Maundy Thursday recounts the story of The Last Supper. A poignant part of the story is where Jesus models humility and service in the washing of the disciples' feet but less of a focus is Peter's reluctance to receive it. The story teaches us about the nature of love and it reminds me of my mother's feet.
Inclusive practices, such as trauma-informed approaches, although based on modern research, echo a truth as old as life. Everything belongs.
Collaboration, solving problems and pattern sniffing taps into our basic human drives to make sense of the cosmos we live in.
An illuminating curriculum that is delivered in alignment with its intent, brightens lives. It is not about programming minds to regurgitate information on command. We need to ensure children continue to THINK and CREATE.
Reflections on being a SEND parent, a teacher and wishing Ofsted did Deep Dives into belonging and acceptance - for the sakes of both children and their families.
When we meet difference, we feel threat. Without awareness, we attack and vilify, causing violence and harm. Love is the only way through.
Love or hate the film, Eric Idle's rendition at the…
How working in a Catholic school brought me home. Thoughts on a journey back to faith, led by stars within the Catholic faith and those outside of it.
My daughter - a gift in herself - gave me…