Category Archives: Modern Baccalaureate

Bacc to Bacc- looking at practitioner-led developments

The politicians have had their say: EBaccs, TechBacs, AdBaccs, Liberal Arts Baccs….. but the profession is fighting bacc! I live for the day we have evidence-based policy making, and what better than to look at two Baccalaureate models emerging from … Continue reading

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Modern Baccalaureate- good article by Francis Gilbert

Francis Gilbert has written a good article on the Modern Baccalaureate movement, framing it against Gove’s introduction of “do-or-die” exams!

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Headteachers’ Round Table Conference- Reflections

It takes something special to make me travel to Harlow! More specifically, travelling by road from Bath to Harlow… in the rush hour… on a Friday. There’s nothing actually wrong with Harlow, it’s the M4 and 25 on the way … Continue reading

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