Category Archives: School Leadership

Of Boxing Binmen, Business Leaders and Brilliant Secretaries of State

Today, I attended a really excellent Teaching and Learning event, organised by CIty of Leicester School Improvement Service. Alistair Smith was in fine form with an opening address on expertise. Due to the good offices of my old and dear … Continue reading

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PROGRESSIVE AWARDS ALLIANCE Launch today!

New Ways of Accrediting English and Maths I would welcome your thoughts on this new initiative. There is considerable disquiet about the way GCSEs are going. By joining the Progressive Awards Alliance, you can be part of a change movement … Continue reading

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A Brilliant Prezi from Andreas Schleicher

Sometimes you have to be patient, even on the internet. This is a massive presentation, with graphics and embedded video…. lots of them. So, click on the link, then go and make yourself a cup of tea… because it will take … Continue reading

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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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