Tag Archives: Venn diagram

Holy Venn Diagram

Possibly the best Venn Diagram, ever. Two words – absolute genius. Witty, visually appealing but, most importantly, mathematically correct. Sets and Venn Diagrams have been on the IGCSE syllabus for some time, and made it onto the new GCSE syllabus, so we’ve all got to teach them. Project this image onto your whiteboard, sit back […]

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What makes a good school?

What makes a good school – a question that is often asked, by parents, teachers, Ofsted, the government, pupils … anyone with an interest in education. (For the purposes of this post, I’m not using the Ofsted categorisations of schools: Outstanding, Good etc. I am using the term “good school” in a fairly generic way. […]

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