Apologies, a busy week and Bangor….

Sorry for not being present in Monday’s lesson, I travelled to London for an orientation meeting, it is part of the programme of my International Professional Development Visit to Bangladesh in October. I’ll share some more details as I work through the paper work. Travel was slightly restricted on the Tube due to some security alerts, but apart from this, the journey to London was pleasant.

I arrived in time, allowing myself an hour to walk around Westminster Abbey, but on the way back, to the now called Department of Children, Schools and Families, took a wrong turn and ended up surrounded by armed police and journalists at New Scotland Yard.

The journey home was somewhat eventful, it took five hours to travel home, a lightening strike took out the signals at Bedford.  The number of trains able to travel north was therefore limited.I ended travelling to Grantham (though I was tempted to stay on until York) and then back to Nottingham. Before this, I did attempt a journey to Luton, in order to find a connection, that failed when I witnessed the Japanese-style commuter nightmare. 🙁

As result of my absence homework will be due in the first week back after Bangor, see under work set.

This week is very busy, last night I was at the Nottingham University Subject Group meeting discussing a number of changes to Geography education and the P.G.C.E. course. We also had a brief discussion about new technologies. If any mentors are reading, feel free to leave a comment.

On Friday I’m also out, so if you have any problems or concerns about Bangor, you must see me tomorrow or otherwise Mrs Marston on Friday.

Apart from that, see you are Monday at 8.30 a.m. Remember to bring all weather clothing.  😉

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