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Live: Updates at Michael Schumacher begins rehab

17 June 2014 11:40:29 mirror - News

Michael Schumacher: 17 June  

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Michael Schumacher's agent says there are 'small, encouraging signs'

12 March 2014 19:16:01 News | Mail Online

The update comes with the new F1 season just around the corner, and with speculation growing about Schumacher's condition given he has now spent almost 11 weeks in a coma.

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Lee Rigby trial: Live updates as Michael Adebowale and Michael Adebolajo sentenced for killing British soldier

26 February 2014 14:36:34 mirror - News

All the latest from the Old Bailey where the two Muslim fanatics are to be sentenced for murder

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Live updates: Michael Schumacher spends 45th birthday in intensive care as family are given update on his condition

03 January 2014 12:16:06 mirror - News

But no public update is expected today following a fifth night in intensive care following last Sunday's skiing accident

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Michael Schumacher's manager gives LIVE updates on the health of F1 legend

01 January 2014 10:48:06 mirror - Sport

Schumacher's manager will be giving a press conference to discuss the health of the former F1 driver, who is in 'critical condition'

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Michael Schumacher undergoes second surgical procedure and shows signs of 'slight improvement'

31 December 2013 12:49:11 mirror - Sport

Doctors at Grenoble Hospital have given an update on the German F1 legend's condition following his second night in intensive care

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Michael Schumacher undergoes second surgical procedure and shows signs of 'slight improvement'

31 December 2013 11:57:14 mirror - Sport

Doctors at Grenoble Hospital have given an update on the German F1 legend's condition following his second night in intensive care

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Michael Schumacher in coma after skiing accident: latest updates

30 December 2013 10:23:31 Sport

Michael Schumacher in 'critical condition' in a French hospital after suffering head injury while skiing.        

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Recap: Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale found guilty of Lee Rigby murder

19 December 2013 18:43:13 mirror - News

Recap live updates as the jury finds Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale are found NOT guilty of attempted murder of police officer

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Live updates: Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale found guilty of Lee Rigby murder

19 December 2013 14:17:57 mirror - News

The latest updates as the jury finds Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale are found NOT guilty of attempted murder of police officer

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Lee Rigby murder trial: Live updates as jury told to 'set aside emotions' as they start deliberations

19 December 2013 11:44:55 mirror - News

The latest updates as the jury at the Old Bailey consider whether Michael Adebolajo, 29, and Michael Adebowale, 22, are guilty of murder

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Lee Rigby trial: Live updates as Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale deny soldier's murder

18 December 2013 13:52:56 mirror - News

Follow live updates from the Old Bailey as Adebolajo, 28, and Adebowale, 22, are accused of running Drummer Rigby over before attacking him with a meat cleaver and knife

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Lee Rigby murder trial: Live updates as defence of Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale continues

13 December 2013 14:48:15 mirror - News

All the latest from the Old Bailey where the two men are on trial accused of murdering the British soldier in Woolwich

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Lee Rigby trial: Live updates as defence case for Woolwich murder suspect Michael Adebolajo begins

09 December 2013 12:41:25 mirror - News

Adebolajo, 28, and Michael Adebowale, 22, are accused of mowing down soldier Rigby in a car before attacking him with a meat cleaver and knife

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Recap: Lee Rigby murder trial updates as Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale appear in court

05 December 2013 18:40:52 mirror - News

Adebolajo, 28, and Adebowale, 22, are accused of running Drummer Rigby over before attacking him with a meat cleaver and knife

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Live updates from Lee Rigby murder trial as Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale appear in court

05 December 2013 13:44:45 mirror - News

Adebolajo, 28, and Adebowale, 22, are accused of running Drummer Rigby over before attacking him with a meat cleaver and knife

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Lee Rigby murder trial: Live updates as Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale appear in court

05 December 2013 10:40:54 mirror - News

Adebolajo, 28, and Adebowale, 22, are accused of running Drummer Rigby over before attacking him with a meat cleaver and knife

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Live: Lee Rigby trial updates as Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale stand accused of Woolwich soldier murder

03 December 2013 12:03:45 mirror - News

Follow our live updates from the Old Bailey from the third day of the trial of two men accused of murdering soldier Lee Rigby

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Live: Lee Rigby trial updates as Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale accused of Woolwich soldier murder

02 December 2013 13:35:28 mirror - News

Follow our live updates from the Old Bailey as the trial of two men accused of murdering soldier Lee Rigby continues

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Valencia v Swansea LIVE: Follow all the action as Michael Laudrup's side star in the Europa League

19 September 2013 20:47:56 mirror - Sport

Join Wales Online and their coverage of this evening's match, with score updates, analysis and reaction before, during and after the game

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Live Michael Le Vell trial verdict: Reaction as Coronation Street actor found not guilty of child sex offences

10 September 2013 17:33:39 mirror - News

Live updates as soap star is cleared of all 12 charges

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Michael Le Vell trial verdict live: Coronation Street actor not guilty of child sex offences

10 September 2013 16:41:45 mirror - News

Live updates as soap star is cleared of all 12 charges

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Michael Le Vell trial live: Coronation Street actor accused of a series of child sex offences

10 September 2013 13:55:28 mirror - News

Live updates from day seven of the trial as the jury resumes its deliberations

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Michael Le Vell trial LIVE: Court sums up before jury retire to consider verdict in rape case

09 September 2013 14:04:25 mirror - News

Live updates from day six of the trial - where closing speeches are set to be heard - as Coronation Street actor Michael Le Vell faces a series of child sex offence accusations

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Nick Clegg and Michael Gove at war over updating sex education guidance

05 September 2013 14:59:05 UK headlines

Sex education guidance in schools will not be modernised because "changing social mores" will make fresh advice out of date, Gove says.        

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Nick Clegg and Michael Gove at war over updating sex education guidance

05 September 2013 14:08:59 Politics News - UK Politics

Sex education guidance in schools will not be modernised because "changing social mores" will make fresh advice out of date, Education secretary Michael Gove says.        

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Michael Le Vell trial: Live updates as Coronation Street star goes on trial for child sex offences

02 September 2013 16:01:32 mirror - News

Live updates from Manchester Crown Court, where Le Vell denies 12 charges, including rape and indecent assault

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Ashes 2013: Somerset v Australia: Session-by-session updates of day three

28 June 2013 14:22:56 Sport | Mail Online

Michael Clarke made an elegant 45 in his first innings since March on day two at Taunton and you can follow day three with session-by-session updates from Sportsmail cricket writer and Wisden editor Lawrence Booth.

Vice Sport Time28 June 2013 14:22:56


Woolwich: new video shows suspect charging at police – live updates

24 May 2013 09:33:31 Politics news, UK and world political comment and analysis | theguardian.com

• Suspect in killing of Lee Rigby shown running at police • Both suspects are then shot • Police raid property where Michael Adebowale is registered • Share your photos, videos or stories • Live coverage of all developments throughout the day Paul Owen        

Vice All News Time24 May 2013 09:33:31


Michael Gove needs to update his ideas about teaching and learning

15 May 2013 12:56:14 Politics news, UK and world political comment and analysis | theguardian.com

Gove may not like Angry Birds, Mr Men or Twilight but rather than looking to the familiar, we should all be thinking differently about learning What do the Blob, Mr Men and Guardian education writers have in common? They all appear somewhere in Michael Gove's pantheon of disapproval. The education secretary's latest speech about the problems besetting education is classic Gove. It is very engaging, thought provoking and entertaining. His view on raising the bar of aspiration for all young people is absolutely right. Yet his method is so wrong. As principal of an academic school where aspiration is part of our DNA, I really do get Gove's passion for excellence. However, what mystifies me is his very personal take on what should matter in the pursuit of excellence. Gove referenced George Elliot's Middlemarch as illustrative of the kind of book a 17 year old should be reading for pleasure. This struck a chord with me. As a 13 year old back in the last century I was so inspired by a BBC mini-series of War and Peace starring Anthony Hopkins and Alan Dobie that I read the trilogy. While I cannot claim to have truly appreciated this classic piece of literature, I knew I was reading something very special which helped awaken in me a lifelong love of history. I am sure Gove would approve of such cultural aspiration from a working class daughter of Irish immigrants. Yet I should never have even considered reading such a vast tome without the stimulus of the TV series. And this is the point. Just as the medium of television opened up the world of Tolstoy to me, today television is one of just a multitude of possibilities for engaging the young. Their cultural landscape is hugely varied. What interests them? Well, I think sober study of classic literature and dry narrative history do not register highly. Young people need an approach which connects with them and the values in their world. As such, Gove's dismissive attitude to cultural references which are decidedly low brow entirely miss the point. Mr Men? Disney? Why not if they contribute to understanding and learning. It is not about denigrating, it is about creating. Why not a rap in Latin? Blind Date in the court of Henry VIII? iPad puppet pals for any number of learning opportunities? All tried and trusted approaches in one academic school in Cambridge. Rather than looking to the familiar, everyone involved in education should be thinking differently about learning. The digital world is a game changer. And we must change with it. If Angry Birds, the staple digital game of many youngsters, inspires a young person to learn coding surely that is a desirable outcome? If the Garage Band app provides a creative platform for an aspiring young musician isn't this to be applauded? Both activities can be deemed distractions – but they need not be. We are on the nursery slopes of digital learning. The potential for transformation of the conventional educational paradigm is extraordinary. Yet none of this registers in the world of the secretary of state for education. It strikes me that Gove's well-meaning attempts to promote excellence for all young people is being enacted in a parallel universe. The Aunt Sallies highlighted in Mr Gove's recent speech will be as nothing compared to future digital "distractions" – sorry, learning. Final thought. A delegation of teachers from an academic school in Singapore visited us recently to learn about our experience of iPads. I thought that the principal and her staff would be focused on the use of iPads to improve academic attainment. After all, Singapore is flying high in Gove's favourite international league table, PISA. I was surprised and encouraged to learn that this particular school was, like us, concerned with the holistic nature of education and how the digital revolution impacted upon young people. We felt a real connection with the educators who worked in a school on the other side of the world. Therefore it is disappointing that the educational policy in this country feels like we are living in a foreign country. Tricia Kelleher is principal of The Stephen Perse Foundation. This blog was originally posted on the Posted on the Stephen Perse blog. Follow Tricia on Twitter: @StephenPerse . This content is brought to you by Guardian Professional . Looking for your next role? Take a look at Guardian jobs for schools for thousands of the latest teaching, leadership and support jobs. Schools Teaching Michael Gove Tricia Kelleher guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time15 May 2013 12:56:14