The Brick In The Wall

The Brick In The Wall

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Aimed at parents, teachers, support staff and more. The B®ick In The Wall Podcast brings you lighthearted education news and views plus a lot more! With live studio guests and the infamous Confessional, tune in each week to get the latest episodes. New?


S2E5: Dieters, Blankers and No Toes takes a look at the cost of shredding the SATs and the misbehaviour at school of Greg and Mark!
Aug 2 • 40 min
Dieters, Blankers and No Toes takes a look at the cost of shredding the SATs and the misbehaviour at school of Greg and Mark!
S2E4: Percentages, Pounds and Pints. Richard Moxon provides a Secondary view of lockdown, September and GCSE results.
Jul 26 • 38 min
Percentages, Pounds and Pints. Richard Moxon provides a Secondary view of lockdown, September and GCSE results.
S2E3: Know your Rs from your elbow! Bill Lord explains his four R approach to September and shares some great advice for NQTs
Jul 19 • 40 min
Remember your Rs from your elbow! Bill Lord explains his four R approach to September and advice for NQTs
S2E2: Summer, September, Santa and a Size 4 focuses on summer holiday and Ofsted.
Jul 14 • 32 min
Summer, September, Santa and a Size 4 focuses on summer holiday and Ofsted with Headteacher and Head’s Association member Jonathan Rice.
S2E1: Reflection, Recovery and Finger Thongs! Preparing for September opening of schools.
Jul 8 • 39 min
Reflection, Recovery and Finger Thongs! Preparing for September opening.
S1E25: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. Join the duo as they reflect on the highlights from Series 1.
Jul 6 • 32 min
#25 The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. Join the duo as they reflect on the highlights from Series 1.
S1E24: A New Frontier! The importance of safeguarding on the road to recovery in schools.
Jun 25 • 44 min
A New Frontier! The importance of safeguarding on the road to recovery in schools.
S1E23: Mind The Gap: A focus on catch-up and Greg Davies gets our vote for the next Education Minister!
Jun 22 • 37 min
Mind The Gap: A focus on the £1bn catch-up funding and Greg Davies gets our vote for the next Education Minister!
S1E22: Unite not divide: Raj Unsworth discusses the importance of governance and the real need to see Partition and British colonial history on the curriculum
Jun 17 • 51 min
Unite not divide: Raj Unsworth discusses the importance of governance and the real need to see Partition and British colonial history on the curriculum
S1E21: Pedagogical crushes and Embarrassing Bodies: Claire Cuthbert talks culture and catch-up!
Jun 15 • 38 min
Pedagogical crushes and Embarrassing Bodies: Claire Cuthburt talks culture and catch-up!
S1E20: Last Person Standing - The last point of universal provision.
Jun 12 • 45 min
Last Person Standing - A look at inclusion and the shared responsibility between school, parents and society.
S1E19: Boris, Becks and Sir Steve
Jun 9 • 39 min
Boris, Becks and Sir Steve! Listen as the duo discuss with Sir Steve Lancashire doing what is right for the communities that schools serve and the importance of relationships and investing in the development of every member of the organisation. Don’t miss…
S1E18: Heads in the trenches: the challenges of leadership and a focus on disadvantaged
Jun 5 • 42 min
#18 Heads in the trenches: the challenges of leadership and a focus on disadvantaged with the amazing Ros McMullen
S1E17: Phoenix from the flames: Positivity in the face of adversity
Jun 2 • 42 min
Phoenix from the flames: A look at the many positives that schools can take away from the Covid lockdown.
S1E16: Back to the coal face with a smile: Relaxing lockdown and the brown sock confessional!
May 31 • 32 min
Back to the coal face with a smile: Relaxing lockdown and the brown sock confessional!
S1E15: Fragile bladders and nervous Heads!
May 28 • 38 min
Fragile bladders and nervous heads! The duo discuss with one Head the additional support for SEND and vulnerable children as wider opening of schools begins.
S1E14: Cummings and Goings: Schools still driving the learning and communities
May 25 • 36 min
Cummings and goings: Schools still driving the learning and communities
S1E13: Weird Science: SAGE advice on wider school opening
May 22 • 34 min
Weird Science: The duo discuss the SAGE advice to the Government on the wider opening of schools.
S1E12: Tenacious Teachers: I get knocked down, but I get up again!
May 19 • 40 min
Tenacious Teachers: I get knocked down, but I get up again…
S1E11: Leadership: The first egg in the omelette
May 19 • 33 min
The importance of strong leadership in education.
S1E10: Government guarantee: Michael says we’ll be fine!
May 17 • 36 min
Government guarantee: Michael says we’ll be fine! Is it really safe for children and staff to return to school?
S1E9: DfE Guidance: I used to be indecisive but now I’m not sure!
May 15 • 41 min
The duo are joined by Bill Lord to discuss the impact of the constantly changing DfE Guidance.
S1E8: Wider opening of Schools: I am certain that I am uncertain
May 12 • 44 min
I am certain that I am uncertain. How one school re-opened for their younger pupils after lockdown.
S1E7: You can go out, but you can’t go out out! Implications for schools.
May 10 • 26 min
What does Boris’ announcement mean for schools?
S1E6: Online Learning: The age of the extrovert
May 9 • 41 min
Online Learning: The age of the extrovert
S1E5: An (Ofsted) Inspector Calls
May 7 • 25 min
An (Ofsted) Inspector calls and Mental Health and Wellbeing
S1E4: Never like that in my day!
May 6 • 28 min
The duo talk education changes, St. Margaret Clitheroe’s withered hand and miracles!
S1E3: Teaching or Learning: Which is the most important?
May 5 • 32 min
David Barrett joins the duo to discuss which is most important teaching or learning.
S1E2: Talking CPD with Adrian Blight
May 4 • 32 min
CPD with Adrian Blight from Imagine Education
S1E1: Lockdown Lowdown
May 2 • 27 min
The Yorkshire Pud and Bury Bawler talk Lockdown Lowdown in education.