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Learning curves

The pandemic challenged schools to think differently about how they support their young people. Esther Youlten suggests the opportunity for educators is exciting, with her students hungry for debating new ideas and cultivating robust relationships.

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I PRESSED SEND and took a deep breath. Would anyone come? Was it irresponsible even to have invited them given the uncertainty around COVID-19 regulations? That was two months ago, and tonight I looked out over a crowded room, full of teenagers from across the schools in Bath, nervously taking their places in small circles, a murmur of conversation and a palpable sense of excitement. They could not wait to get talking.

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