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Never underestimate the power of 'ME'. SMILE, life is a gift.
Never underestimate the power of 'ME'. SMILE, life is a gift.

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Computing in Schools... UK... national crisis in waiting #ICT #Computing #WomenInTech #ThisGirlCan #STEM #Education  
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Computing in schools… a national crisis in waiting.
I’m just a working-class lass from East Leeds. I’ve had the
same tough life as most of the people in my area. It is always easier to conform
to what society expects – steady job, marriage, children, mortgage… I am such a
disappointment to many – lost my job...
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Fixing Democracy
Have you seen the film 51 st State? It's very
sweary and not for the faint hearted but there is a clip in it… if you've seen it,
you will probably know what I'm about to say. Robert Carlyle instructs Paul
Barber to "take care of him", him being the chemist ...
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Hostiles Environments… not by Error or Accident
This is 100% political and personal – I make no apologies for exercising
my democratic right to have my say… Do NOT dare tell me this is British patriotism and tell me I should be
proud of waving a flag. I am utterly ashamed and distraught. Inhumanity,
raci...
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Life with Meniere's Disease
This will be a long one… please bear with me. I receive
lots of criticism for raising Meniere's disease. My prime motive is and always
will be raising awareness. I don't want sympathy… understanding would be
progress. Honestly… hands up all those who knew w...
Life with Meniere's Disease
Life with Meniere's Disease
beyondthepast13.blogspot.com
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Education is NOT Educating…
On the 15 th June
2014 I wrote a blog named Swimming against the tide. This is an extract from
it: “I decided I wanted my
children to understand the importance of struggle, of community, of what is
right and wrong and most of all about respect. Most days I ...
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