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I used to want to plant bombs at the last night of the proms

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Blazer and tie and a big bright healthy smile, used to make all of our trials worthwhile ... Blazer and tie and a big bright healthy smile, used to make all of our trials worthwhile …

The Hothouse Flowers once said something along the lines of, “There comes a time in every man’s life when he has to look back over his mistakes, misgivings, misfortunes and miss whatever her name was …” ( a bonus song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQKWALX1mS8 )and a some recent exchanges and conversations tapped into some thinking I’d been doing for a while around who exactly I am and how it motivates what I do.

A while ago I came in on the tail end of a conversation (as we all seem to do) but the general gist seemed to be that Tim Taylor and Karl Bentley were talking about the preconceptions or misconceptions that we have around academics. One questioning whether such a group were in a position to advise over classroom and school practice being…

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