For most teachers up and down the country right now the garden is rosy and the mood is positive.
Okay, that’s not strictly true. We should not forget that for some teachers the start of term will be anything but the above. If the practicalities of funding cuts or the aftermath of disappointing exam results are looming large, the start of the new academic year won’t bring many reasons to be cheerful with it.
However, most teachers would probably agree that in September the garden looks rosier than normal and there’s more positivity around the place.
It’s a new start, a fresh slate and another opportunity to make a difference.
And, even if you’re not totally energised about the forthcoming year, at least you’ve got more energy than usual after recharging the batteries over the summer break.
Now, you just need to make…
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