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I sense a growing feeling that it’s time for the teaching profession to reclaim what’s important, writes on the growing support of finding one's voice inside – and outside – of the classroom:
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"By working together we can achieve so much more..." Worth reading again; has MAT management become a Members' club where it's who you know, rather than what you know & what you do?
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LASER 23m
Genuinely inspired dozens of young writers in my class to discover editing as an exciting extension to thought
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Schools Week 48m
The Bright Tribe Files: Council takes legal action against academy trust over £230k funding for school takeover that never happened
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"the central tenant of his original vision still stands up today: schools should lead the system through collaboration" 4/10 A tenant is just a paying guest; a tenet is a long-held point of principle. Hmmm.... On second thoughts.
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Extraordinary to see the crass presentation of employer responsibility for training staff as a consumer product to be paid for by parents. Elitist, inequitable, possibly unlawful: simply inexcusable. A resignation matter.
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Ed Mayo Apr 23
A model of how to be authentic as a non-profit: values, purpose and the work of the Foster Care Co-operative
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Warwick Mansell Apr 21
Schools Week front has headline about 'schools no-one wants'. System relying on indiv organisations to opt to run schs is stupid,incoherent.
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Warwick Mansell Apr 16
Does every DfE press release, in response to any policy controversy, have to include line that "1.9m more pupils are now in Ofsted good/outstanding schools", I wonder, even though Ofsted has said change in its measurement methodology helped drive the improvement in these stats.
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LASER Apr 15
Vested interest laid bare...
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Andrew Adonis Apr 14
Disgraceful feature of Syria catastrophe is our failure to take fair share of refugees. PM kept saying this morning she was 'doing the right thing.' Well, right thing is a proper UK refugee programme, including Dubbs scheme, stopped by HMG, for unaccompanied children
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KT Thompson Apr 15
If you are a teacher experiencing some back-to-school worries & nerves tonight, remember there'll be students feeling that way too, but many won't have your support, experience & knowledge to unpick & understand their anxiety. Be kind to yourself.. & them
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rob kelsall Apr 15
School Cuts National Weekend of Action on 21st and 22nd of April. Are you in?
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rob kelsall Apr 15
A national disgrace. Children with special needs lose out as schools reach 'breaking point' over funding cuts, says teachers' union
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Nat. Education Union Apr 14
This is the reality of . It's a national disgrace that the most vulnerable children are suffering the most.
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Schools Week Apr 12
The government promised schools a free teacher vacancy service. So where is it?
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LASER Apr 11
Drilling is undermining real education.
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LASER Apr 11
Intelligent questions. Baseline testing. Oxymoronic?
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LASER Apr 11
So finally, a shred of honesty after wasting countless hours, stress for teachers & millions on abortive assessment systems... We are - always have been - testing school performance. If it leaves teachers more energy to focus on children, so be it.
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LASER Apr 10
Self-interest on this scale is simply an obscenity.
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