Running has gone especially well this month! Followers from Twitter have been so encouraging, and I'm very grateful! May has further shown me the benefits for my mental health; I find - quite simply - that a day with some physical exercise is just plainly better than a day without it. Running is a great start to my day and genuinely has a guaranteed positive impact on my week! Join me!
My #TeachingHero posts will be coming to a close fairly soon, after an unbelievable response! Check them out in previous blog posts, and there's still time to add your own advice that we can share across our growing community! Get in touch to be involved!
This month I am reading 'Making Every Primary Lesson Count' from Jo Payne and Mel Scott. It's a handy guide of simple classroom practices, organised under the same headings as a secondary education equivalent. It's presented well, without jargon, and I'm excited to write a review for you once I'm done!
Once again, I have a bunch of friends taking part in charity events in the coming weeks! It's my goal to donate to all of them in some form. Supporting charities is good for the soul. I also received a great response from many of my kids regarding the games I told you about before. There's something challenging about being a child these days and, as key adults in their lives, we're going to need to keep a better handle on the messages we send to them. More on that soon.