Feeling Like An Imposter

Since May, I have: Started my own website Written over 100 articles on the website Applied for a Masters at the University of Sheffield (and been accepted) Applied for funding at the University of Sheffield (and received it) Been published in the university newspaper Performed at a spoken word event Written over 20 minutes of... Continue Reading →

An Open Letter To GCSE Students And The Complete Farce Of Grade Boundaries And “Value Added”

Look at this image. Column D is the grades students got in one of the years that I taught GCSE English Language. Column E is their UMS (for the uninitiated, that is like their total score). The first 11 students on that column are coloured green because if they had done exactly the same the... Continue Reading →

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