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... any proposed changes. They see them as being able to provide expertise that is beneficial to all. They continue to run CAD/CAM training to teacher and also run a summer school program through Loughborough University.
Another model supporting the teachers in D&T is
Phil Holton and Steve Parkinson ...
... in to the rozzers today). Eventually we opted for the tube and arrived late but without further incident.
Catching up with Joel, Rosa, Rob, Jono and Alice over too much Mexican food was awesome and all sorts of threats have been made about a big weekend at the end of October before I head home.
Today I have only to await a courier to deliver my Euro sim card, hand in some poor souls keys and catch a train to France in the evening.
... this was happening I couldn't do it I don't want to do it and I can't get on that bloody plane. So I rang the strongest woman I know to give me some strength, as soon as my Nanna answered the phone I broke down In tears but all it took was her words of wisdom and her belief in me to spur me on. So on the plane I got and off I went, I navigated Moscow airport all by myself and managed to get to Bangkok in one piece, tired and jet lagged but I'd made it. And there it ...
Our first few days in London were hosted by the lovely Annaliese and Heydon in their apartment in Dalston. Arriving on Thursday having lost our night to time differences, we had a quiet day at home with a few drinks and a home cooked food. Friday we went to Southwark and enjoyed a proper expresso and went to an Antiques market before meeting up with our friend Alex who also arrived in England that week. We spent the day at the Burrough Markets which were amazing and by the time ...
... br> decided that close mates, a couple of eskys full of drinks and a day of sun and
fun on the beach down at Carra is definitely more our style for bringing in the
new year! New Year’s Day was really cool. There were free events all over the
city and after starting at the museum, each person was given a map and then
sent off to an event at random. Once you visited the event that you were sent
to you could stay or be sent off to the next randomly ...