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Manga High; Supporting the Race to Year 6 SATS

 

With only twenty six teaching days until the arithmetic and first reasoning SATs tests for Year 6 the pressure is on.  Every minute of every lesson counts.  We question why some children can’t remember facts they have been taught previously; when can we squeeze in revising these? Continue reading

Is the 90% E-Bacc Target Being Rethought? #ThursdayThunk

Old commitments are being forgotten or amended whilst other policies are being introduced on a personal whim; such are the vagaries of education policy making and re-making.  The latest rumours suggest the 90% commitment to the E-Bacc may be changing. Continue reading

Curriculum Coverage and Mastery #ThursdayThunk

Curriculum coverage is arguably the curse of the English Education system; a mile wide and an inch deep.  Decades of national curriculum with the indispensable and the peripheral intertwined and given a sense of equal importance. Continue reading

New Book: Liminal Leadership

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