Breakupdate

Week 3 Day 1 So I didn't think I'd actually want to write about this, but it turns out I need to. This week, I know, it's only Tuesday, I'm immensely struggling already with poor time management and a huge amount of stress and pressure. Partially because of the China move... but mainly because of... Continue Reading →

Stonehenge and Salisbury

On an extremely windy, rainy and gloomy morning, I set off into Bournemouth ready to make our 9am coach. A group of 57 students, 4 teachers plus Ali and I were on a trip to Stonehenge. It was the first time I'd been and in all honesty, I hadn't heard many good reviews about the... Continue Reading →

Turtles all the way down

Book 16 of 2018: Turtles all the way down, by John Green. After reading The Fault in our Stars last year and becoming completely obsessed with the story, I went on to read Paper Towns (then watch the movie) and then bought Will Grayson, Will Grayson. I am in love with the way John writes. I know he's... Continue Reading →

Book 17: Camino Island

Book 17 of 2018: Camino Island 🌴 by John Grisham Well, well, well... I’ve heard a lot about Mr Grisham and his writing but this is the first book of his I’ve read. I can honestly say I wish I hadn’t had so much work to do this week because I didn’t want to put... Continue Reading →

The weekly round-up [22nd January]

Happy Friday everyone! This week I was determined to encourage my Upper-Intermediate class to read more and guys, guess what? I DID IT. I FREAKING DID IT. On Wednesday I brought a box of books into the class and asked each student to pick a book, then told them we would read quietly for 15 minutes. It... Continue Reading →

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