Monthly Archives: February 2011


The OK Diner is NOT in Stirling! It is in on the outskirts of Leominster. However, it did furnish us with a cup of coffee and a cinnamon and raisin bagel on our way to Scotland.

Thanks to all the ‘DfL’ Step One participants this week who engaged so fully. You are a credit to your profession and to learning. It’s real commitment to give up your Saturday!

Thanks to Lynda for organising our Stirling events. 

Also huge thanks to Claire for keeping us fed and giving us beds; Katie-Morag for guarding and entertaining us; and Masterchef Alison for her Orkney culinary delights. Hmm…this is beginning to sound like an Oscar speech…

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A great little book…

Well worth a read…!


Takes complex issues about the brain and explains them in an engaging and ‘easy to understand’ way. Love the pictures and sketches too!!! 

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Website Launched…

Finally our new website is launched! After much fun with domain names and CNAME (alias) etc etc…we managed to do it!. Single Steps Learning goes live! 

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step...

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