Learning from Lockdown Blog Submission

The focus of the blogs on this site is the future. We want blogs which explore how you will use the lessons you have learnt from the lockdown, to inform, change or adapt your teaching or leadership in the future.

Submitted blogs should be around 500-800 words and feel free to include images and/or video (please ensure your video is under 3 minutes in length and filmed in landscape orientation). You may want to send a video blog without text.  Lots of good examples of blogs are available on the site and we encourage you to read them to get a flavour of the type of blog we will publish. Once you have submitted your blog, one of the editors will contact you by email with the next steps, agreeing a title and suggesting any changes needed to meet the format we need for these blogs.

Many thanks for contributing to this site.

Your role will appear on your blog post. Please share exactly as you want it to appear.

Blog details

Sharing your blog

You can choose to share your blog with us in one of the three ways below.
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
If you have already written your post in a document, please upload it here.
If you have used an online office service such as Google Docs or Dropbox Paper, paste the shareable link here. Please ensure you have updated the access permissions of the document before submission.
If you would prefer to paste the written content of your blog, please do so here.

Supporting images

In addition to written content, you may wish to share supporting images with us.
Click or drag files to this area to upload. You can upload up to 4 files.
If you have supporting images you want to include that aren't included in your document, please upload them here.

Optional video share

In addition to written content, you may wish to share a video with us. Please ensure your video is under 3 minutes in length and filmed in landscape orientation.
The link to the video. This can either be a direct link to a hosted service like YouTube or Vimeo or alternatively a file-sharing link such as Google Drive, Dropbox or WeTransfer.