Jounal of a schoolteacher in the South-west

Journal of a Schoolteacher in the South-west

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Sometimes I’m just confused and dont know where to turn.  Other times I’m just feeling lazy and wished I knew all the answers.  This is the journal of a schoolteacher in the South-west.

Proud resident of Medogan.

Chapter 3

As exam season approaches, I’m thinking of helping the class brush up on their study skills. Hopefully, by following a few simple rules, the kids can achieve life’s greatest gift: respectable league table results. NEVER use personal items as bookmarks. These are easily forgotten and may even be destroyed. Despite modern technology, the library isContinue reading “Chapter 3”

Chapter 2

This week, I have been teaching the children a bit more local history in the form of local folk tales. Despite lack of documentation from the Dark Ages, we do know that Medogan, or Medhogyon in it’s orginal Cornish, was founded after the Romans left Britain in around 400AD. The site held much religious significanceContinue reading “Chapter 2”

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