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Read the latest blog posts and thought leadership from our Principal, Tricia Kelleher.

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  • Ms Nicky Morgan unleashed! ​​​​​​​

    Published 17/05/15

    Tricia Kelleher, Principal of the Stephen Perse Foundation, discussed Nicky Morgan and the Conservatives in her latest blog.

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  • Is reading being crowded out in our digital age?

    Published 02/04/15

    Tricia Kelleher, Prinicipal at the Stephen Perse Foundation, looks at whether reading now takes a backseat to digital in this new technological age.

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  • Mrs Morgan – how sad that we have come to this.

    Published 01/02/15

    Tricia Kelleher, Principal at the Stephen Perse Foundation, looks at Mrs Nicky Morgan's policies on testing and her comments about teachers.

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  • Come the General Election, come another educational bandwagon – character.

    Published 20/12/14

    The latest blog from Tricia Kelleher, Principal at the Stephen Perse Foundation.

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  • Schools must be the instrument of change

    Published 07/12/14

    The latest blog from Tricia Kelleher, Principal at the Stephen Perse Foundation.

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  • Living in an age of ubiquitous connectivity

    Published 23/10/14

    The latest blog post from Tricia Kelleer, Principal at the Stephen Perse Foundation.

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  • Lesson planning? “A complete waste of time.” Discuss.

    Published 11/10/14

    The latest blog post from Tricia Kelleher, Principal at the Stephen Perse Foundation.

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  • A Goveian Dog’s Dinner – the reform of ‘A’ Levels

    Published 03/10/14

    The latest blog from Tricia Kelleher, Principal at the Stephen Perse Foundation.

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