17th November 2019

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  • Thanks to Madeline Mesias for alerting us to the Brooklyn Art Library’s Sketchbook Project. This is a global art project where you fill a sketchbook and send it to the library where it becomes part of the library’s time capsule collection, along with being used as part of exhibitions. Only the sketchbooks provided by the library can be used and there is a fee which is quite expensive but the idea is great inspiration for an internal project in schools. A class or year group might create a time capsule sketchbook which over the years builds into a collection similar to a set of year books. 
  • This simple tip on prioritising time by Andy Buck from Leadership Matters is useful for anyone even if they aren’t a leader. It won’t take away the workload but reflecting on how time is used (and how to avoid getting sucked into easy but low impact tasks) may help identify priorities and justify ignoring some tasks or saying no to things. A long time ago I used to work in the same school as Andy and his work and books are definitely worth a look if you are a leader or thinking of applying for a leadership role.
  • Interesting article on the trend for ‘modest fashion’ - great for kickstarting a discussion and useful as a starting point for designing 

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