Fred Sedgwick's contribution to Continuum's 101 Essential Lists series

24th March 2006 at 00:00
Former primary head and poet Fred Sedgwick's contribution to Continuum's 101 Essential Lists series (101 Essential Lists for Primary Teachers) includes several lists that deserve to be circulated beyond their audience.

Try List 38, "Redundant things" (for which he must have visited my desk), Lists 39 and 40, "Daft slogans of pietistic vacuity that should not be on classroom walls" ("'Never, never never give up': I wanted to ask the teacher, 'So you have never given up?'"), and List 100, "Books that changed my teaching".

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