Submitted by the croydonian ... on Oct 24 2013 14:16
Today Russell Brand has made the news as he openly calls for revolution. Many comrades have been quick to criticise his statements for vagueness, but does it really matter if his statements didn't go far enough?
Submitted by the croydonian ... on Jan 11 2013 15:46
I was recently reffered onto the Work Programme by the Job Centre on very sketchy grounds. Yesterday I had my initial introductory group meeting with A4E called "About You" and here is my account of how it went and everything leading up to it.
Submitted by the croydonian ... on Sep 25 2012 14:43
Another small update to tell people I'm still alive and what I have been up to.
Submitted by the croydonian ... on Jun 18 2012 12:35
I have not blogged in ages and so I thought I would post a small update on whats been happening and what the future holds for this blog in light of some changes.
Submitted by the croydonian ... on Apr 28 2012 13:08
Blog reporting on my schools introduction of CCTV cameras in the sixth form block.
Submitted by the croydonian ... on Apr 15 2012 17:09
Just a quick post about a hilariously bias passage in my A level poltitics text book
Submitted by the croydonian ... on Mar 21 2012 21:18
Today has been a particurlarly shit day for me at school and in light of me being lazy about posting the update on Pro Share I thought I could do a small little post about our assembly today which was to do with aparthied because it is human rights day in South Africa today.
Submitted by the croydonian ... on Mar 8 2012 21:31
This is only a short blog post but it covers a very important issue
Submitted by the croydonian ... on Mar 2 2012 20:38
In light of the recent controversey about the Work Experience schemes that McDonalds has taken part in and workfare in general, I thought I would share the most interesting experience of the two Work Experience schemes I have been subjected to.
Submitted by the croydonian ... on Feb 19 2012 22:27
Blog entry about capitalist business simulations including football team managing and sharedealing at the Croydonian anarchist's school and sixth form.
Submitted by the croydonian ... on Jan 24 2012 19:56
As the title suggests, the role of statistics in school policy towards teachers and students is becoming ever more prominent. Of course schools have long since entered the realm of competition but recent events have reminded me of this.
Submitted by the croydonian ... on Jan 17 2012 09:18
Not related to education but I felt compelled to get this off my chest.
Submitted by the croydonian ... on Jan 1 2012 13:48
The first full blog post from Croydonian anarchist, describing (and critiquing) a talk recently put on by his school about being "successful".
Submitted by the croydonian ... on Dec 30 2011 18:01
Hey there. I am the Croydonian Anarchist. This blog will be focusing around any political goings on at my sixth form that I attend (I'm in the second year, and just about to turn 18) which I will be reporting on as they happen from a critical anarchist and/or anarchist communist perspective. I may also post about education issues in general. But before I start I thought I would include an article I did for Freedom newspaper a couple of months ago that talks about how I got into anarchism to give you a bit of background info about myself personally