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Talking Curriculum; Let’s Avoid Confusion

There’s a lot of chatter, courses and blog posts appearing with the word “Curriculum” in these days. Accountability, as ever, is the tail that wags the dog. The curriculum is and always has been important; it breathes life into a school’s or teacher’s philosophy of education; it is purpose enacted.

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Response to Ofsted’s Draft Education Inspection Framework

The following Executive Summary has been produced by Headteachers Roundtable in Response to Ofsted Draft Education Inspection Framework.  We’re interested in people’s thoughts which can be sent to headteachersrt@hotmail.co.uk; we’ll read them all but it is unlikely we will be able to respond (apologies in advance).     Continue reading

Ofsted’s New Framework; It’s All a Bit of a Brexit

Waiting for the 10:30 am launch of Ofsted’s New Inspection Framework; I’ve got to be honest I was pumped up and ready to go.  A couple of hours of reading later, I’m rather underwhelmed and “so what” about the whole thing.  It’s all a bit Brexit; major issues with the current framework have not been addressed. Continue reading

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