Professional Development

Peer Review In The Time Of Pandemic

The pandemic has been a shock and challenge to the way we do things. Anne Cameron and Maggie Farrar describe what they learnt about the power of peer review and school partnerships during this time of disruption … and how this helped to test and develop new fruitful ways of working

Peer review and facing up to challenge

We believe that peer review has a central role to play in both healing and rebuilding our education system. Peer review exists to help schools solve their most pressing issues and improve together, with a collective efficacy, will and purpose. Empowered teachers and effective leaders, collaborating honestly, with rigour, and without fear or judgement, leads to inclusive learning communities where all children and professionals can thrive.

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