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11th October 2013 at 01:00

Film club tonight is Back to the Future. Roast beef crisps and Capri-Sun. Let us know your favourite bit.

@LHS_English

Word of the day - inveigle (verb): to win over by wiles; acquire by ingenuity or flattery.

@DunbarGrammar

Can I state that Access 3, Intermediate 1, Intermediate 2 and Higher in the same class is not good for my health. One coffee is not enough.

@AyrshireGeog

@AyrshireGeog Yikes! You'll need it straight into the veins. That's mental. Good luck keeping that up.

@NelsonHistory

Using technology is not about the device - it's about how it's used in the classroom for learning.

@MsRossEnglish

I'm feeling an even stronger argument for home schooling and unschooling.

@GrahamBM

How do you pack for 71 countries? My first blog ahead of the Queen's Baton Relay for BBC News. bbc.in18Tsu1f

@BBCMarkBeaumont

People who read fiction are better at empathy than people who read other things. nyti.ms18TqyYw

@DavidWray.

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