Who Are We?

 

Mike Jackson

IMG_0950.jpegI’m a retired primary school headteacher. For over 25 years I was head of three different primary schools in Warrington.

I’ve always had a great passion for learning and a particular interest in how teachers can harness the potential of technology to enhance that learning.

Since retirement, I’ve been following my love of storytelling and some years ago created a blog called ‘Stories in Your Pocket’ where I publish my flash fiction.

I also enjoy writing  Twitter Fiction! You can find some of this at @mj51day 

David Horner

photo 1 copyBefore my retirement, I was a full-time freelance writer and performer; provider of workshops and in-service training sessions.

I spent a number of years delivering readings, performances, workshops, training sessions, lectures to around five hundred schools: nursery, primary, secondary and special.

I’ve also worked with higher education students/lecturers, librarians and community workers.

I’ve had a number of my poems published in many magazines and anthologies; won prizes in national competitions as well as being broadcast on BBC local and national radio and on television.

So, that’s us …

You can also find us on Twitter @goodeyedeers.

Or check us out on Pinterest.

If you would like to know more please feel free to leave a question in the comments or send us a Tweet @goodeyedeers.

If you would like to try out one of our teaching resources for free click on the deer below.

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