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Nothing less than outrageous
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Tes Oct 15
Students in a survey state that the arts helped them to build self-belief, take risks, develop empathy and appreciate diversity, so why are they so often cut?
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School Bus Project Oct 15
Absolutely gorgeous to watch - brings good memories & good vibes to life. We can all learn how to speak human just by spending time together!
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LASER Oct 14
School Leaders can lose their jobs for misleading or falsified figures: this is DfE deception of a different order.
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LASER Oct 10
School funding: Is the government spending record amounts? Not according to BBC reality check
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rob kelsall Oct 10
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LASER Oct 10
Today spent absorbing the most depressing destruction of a school leader I’ve ever seen Regardless of professional errors of judgement, not the faintest whiff of ‘duty of care‘ for someone in difficulty, no breath of recognition for 25 years’ good public service
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Warwick Mansell Oct 10
"The UK Statistics Authority has clearly lost all patience with the Department for Education" head of Royal Statistics Society writes. "For a department that is in charge of the nation's numerical skills, the situation is getting embarrassing". Yes.
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Jill Berry Oct 8
"Education should never be seen as a burden on the taxpayer, It’s an investment in our nation's future." of via :
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LASER Oct 8
School funding 'exaggerated' by ministers, says watchdog Adds up to a serious division between rhetoric and reality ...
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LASER Oct 8
Congratulations Vic For the honorary doctorate and for making a difference. ?
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Chris Culpin Oct 7
So there you have it: Trust Boards, however remote, put an end to nearly 150 years of local control of schools. And I don't mean LAs, always a minority, I mean public service to their communities by governors. Locality Matters!
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NGA school governance Oct 7
The responsibilities of the board of trustees of a MAT are clearly bound by law, but how they undertake & discharge them is set down in a scheme of delegation, and determined by ethos, culture & values. Confusion still abounds, so do check NGA resources EK
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Education Committee Oct 7
We have published our report: The apprenticeships ladder of opportunity: quality not quantity. Read our summary below or find the full report at:
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National Association for Hospital Education Oct 7
We're a new organisation formed from the vision of a group of colleagues across the sector on 5th Oct '17. A year of hard work & we're proud to have our official launch on Friday. Bringing everyone under one umbrella to support children's education when they're too ill for school
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National Education Union Oct 7
“We know that play teaches resilience and things like character, judgement, collaboration, role-playing, imagination and making. All of those, particularly in the early years, are incredibly important for the development of children.”
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LASER Oct 6
The beautiful game: teaching.
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Worth Less Oct 5
BBC News at Ten reports on the School Funding investigation
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Schools Week Oct 6
Exclusive: RSCs should be allowed to rebroker academies back to councils if they can’t find another trust to sponsor them, according to the man in charge of education at Damian Hinds’s local council
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LASER Oct 6
What seems beyond parody in this piece is the eager executive advocating autocratic and secretive systems as the ideal model for a public service. A Gerald Ratner moment can be eagerly awaited...
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