Felicity King

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Riding the wave of uncomfortable & making friends with fear

This world of ours seems to be fuelled by fear from all corners at the moment.

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Sticks & Stones; How changing language transforms wellbeing.

As teachers, we are acutely aware of the needs of our pupils. Creating an environment where they feel safe and free to be themselves, being the priority.

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Myths about teacher wellbeing.

Teaching is hard work, there are pressures, There are variables. Usually 30 of them in front of you at any one time and if you’re a secondary teacher, it could be 6 or 7 different groups of 30 variables in a day.

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To do or not to do? Let's just be!

There are a couple of weeks until the children break up. Lots of lovely things on the calendar and our long awaited holiday to look forward to. Better make a list. Don't want to miss anything, forget to do something or let anyone down.

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Present: The precious art of taking your register.

I was at a conference this week with about a hundred other teachers. There was the usual day-out buzz in the air as we arrived at the hotel to be registered, get our badge and that wonderful, first cup of coffee. You know the one.

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Train Of Thoughts: They come and go!

First and most importantly, thank you. From the bottom of my heart, for reading, sharing and being so encouraging about my first story. It means so much that you took the time to read it and has spurred on a second one!.

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Finding my way at last

I'm 41, mum of 2 lovely little boys and wife of a slightly bigger and equally lovely one. I became a teacher 20 years ago. Always my dream and still is. I'm passionate about learning and the possibilities it creates.

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