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FEATURE Nene Education Trust


Move over superheroes? Maybe. Heroes or not, here come the teachers…


Matt Coleman Director of Primary Education


Nene Education Trust


T is one goes out to all school leaders, teachers, teaching assistants, offi ce staff , cleaners, lunchtime staff , site staff and anyone associated with the safe running of a school… School leaders’ eff orts over the past year, and


particularly recent weeks, getting to grips with the eff ects of a third national lockdown when everyone has really had enough of the shambolic government


approach, have been incredible. A superhero eff ort in my opinion. To ensure that schools are safe for children and staff is no mean feat at all, but we don’t do it because we want ‘superhero’ status. We do this job because we see the value in developing children’s potential, nurturing their talents, giving them a better steer of who they are, harnessing their sense of self, teaching them with kindness and compassion the tools that will help them in their future life – whatever the world looks like when they get there. We want our schools to be open to all. We


always have done. But for now, our schools can only be open for vulnerable children and children of critical workers. For how long this time, who knows? However, we must recognise that teachers are still teaching! Ingenuity has been stretched to the limit to ensure that teaching is as close to what would happen in the classroom as it can be.


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