Don't it always seem to goThat you don't know what you got 'til it's goneJoni Mitchell “Big Yellow Taxi” There are a few well worn phrases, overused in education that exist in all staff workrooms & faculty lounges around the world such as “don’t smile until Christmas” or “when is the vacation?”. Perhaps the most… Continue reading Defining Global Britain in the 2020s? It is already here. In praise of the British Council
We are all in the same storm, but not in the same vessel.
Reflections on the first half of 2020 and other pandemic axioms. One of my favourite memes for 2020 is Marty and Doc Brown standing beside the crashed DeLorean with Doc telling Marty he shouldn’t have set it for 2020. My other one is the sign outside the bookshop saying 2020 written by Stephen King and… Continue reading We are all in the same storm, but not in the same vessel.
A week in the life of Heritage School
Rob Ford at Radio Free Europe Studios This month represents a slightly different blog entry for me. I was asked by Radio Free Europe to contribute to one of their regular programmes giving insight into a week in my life as the Director of Heritage International School. I was asked to provide a biography and… Continue reading A week in the life of Heritage School
An International School in Moldova – first impressions.
My new neighbourhood There are seven things that will destroy us: Wealth without work; Pleasure without conscience; Knowledge without character; Religion without sacrifice; Politics without principle; Science without humanity; Business without ethics.Mahatma gandhi Eu cred in Moldova. Thierry Ernst, French born, Moldovan cheesemaker in Horodiste, Moldova Anna Akhmatova’s poem “The Guest” was being read on… Continue reading An International School in Moldova – first impressions.