In 2013 I graduated from Warwick University with an MBA. An achievement completed while working full time as a School Business Manager and Mum/StepMum to 5 children, and one of which I am immensely proud. The reason I enjoyed my MBA so much was that I took all the taught business theories, models and practice... Continue Reading →
I read a tweet recently suggesting that politics should be compulsory in schools in the same way that RE is. I don't agree with this sentiment and I'll tell you why. I do not believe that RE is just about teaching "religions of the world" but that it should be about encouraging young people to... Continue Reading →
Demonstrating to your work colleagues how much they mean to you can be difficult...or is it just me?
It seems 2017 has more to throw at us with the news yesterday of a snap general election that, it is widely considered, will be approved in Parliament today. My first thoughts are not “Will income tax rise?” “Will they fix the pot hole in my road?” “Will they bring back fox hunting?” (All major... Continue Reading →