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Next Generation Learning Spaces 2017 - 13-03-2017

Have you registered for the Next Generation Learning Spaces conference?
Headteachers should join a merged mega union, says ATL leader

Headteachers should join a merged mega union, says ATL leader - 08-02-2017

The leader of ATL, who is negotiating a mega union with the NUT, has invited headteacher unions to consider joining them.

Two more Trusts back Professional Learning Service - 07-02-2017

Two more Trusts at opposite ends of the country have opted to buy the acclaimed Professional Learning Community service

TEST - 03-02-2017

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Headteachers should join a merged mega union, says ATL leader

Headteachers should join a merged mega union, says ATL leader - 03-02-2017

The leader of ATL, who is negotiating a mega union with the NUT, has invited headteacher unions to consider joining them.
Marking crisis hits A-level and GCSE exams

Marking crisis hits A-level and GCSE exams - 27-01-2017

A report has found that thousands of teachers will be needed to keep up with the marking for new GCSE and A-level qualifications. The lack of examiners is so considerable that the headteachers association, the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) and exam boards, has began a publicity drive in order to recruit more teachers.
No trust in the SQA says report

No trust in the SQA says report - 27-01-2017

In a review of the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) James Dornan, a member of Scottish Parliament (MSP), found ‘the evidence our committee received was nothing less than eye-opening’ when he was informed of the issues teachers faced due to issues caused by the SQA.
Nursery creates cheaper childcare by involving parents

Nursery creates cheaper childcare by involving parents - 27-01-2017

By involving parents in the running of their nursery, Grasshoppers nursery in Hackney have created a strong community between staff and parents and saved some money in the process.

SEND Reform: Where are we now? - 27-01-2017

After years in the making, the SEND Reforms are now in the process of being embedded, which makes it a good time to reflect on what is involved in implementing a new system and the cultural shift that lies behind it.

Improvement through Lesson Study - 25-01-2017

Sarah Seleznyov explores the Lesson Study approach to professional development. She explains how much can be gained from schools engaging with the authentic Japanese model when shaping their own programmes.
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