Robert Coe posed the question ‘how will your students learning be different if your learning has been successful’ when talking about effective school CPD. I think that this is a […]
Nicky Morgan has accepted “in full” the recommendations made by three expert groups tasked with reducing teacher workload. Launched in July last year, the groups focused on the three areas […]
As observers, are we interested in how teachers teach or how students learn? Are we interested in someone’s ability to teach well occasionally (a formal observation) or in his or […]
Teacher Retention : More Than Just An Image Problem.
A useful kick off could be with some of the issues I have with traditional approaches to professional learning. Sweet Shop syndrome. I’m fortunate to work in a part of […]
A new UK government with fresh enthusiasm for pushing its policies further is not the only challenge that school leaders face over the next five years. The aging teaching population, […]
Originally posted on Esse Quam Videri:
Michael Gove has suggested Ofsted should inspect private schools as they are more rigorous in their inspection than the private school’s own inspectorate, ISI.…
A few things jump out in the interview. It seems that Ofsted are still not 100 per cent sure what balance it wants to strike between subjective judgment and a […]
Overview and thoughts on the new secondary school accountability system due for implementation in 2016 in England.
Originally posted on teacherhead:
? Highbury Grove. Glorious diversity and Big Ambitions. It’s been a while since I had the energy and clarity of thought needed to write a blog…