Professional Development

Steering Culture And Values Post-Covid

In this opinion piece David Hughes argues that, whilst the pandemic has taken a terrible toll on the learning of pupils and the morale of staff, it is also a time to take stock and build a new understanding and approach to professional development.

Lessons from Covid 19: No new normal and a cultural reset

It is understandable that schools have been forced into a reactive posture with the onset of the Covid 19 pandemic. This is a grievous assault on learning continuity for pupils, unprecedented, even in the time of the Second World War, when despite the hostilities, education went on largely uninterrupted.

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