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Time for an Assessment Inquiry

The last few weeks has seen the production of the Headteachers Roundtable submission to the Education Select Committee Inquiry on Primary Assessment.  It’s timely and hopefully will shed a light on a number of key issues.  I’m indebted to Sally Hamson and Binks Neate-Evans who co-authored the submission with me. Continue reading

Data for Learning: Nearer, Smaller, Variable and More Detailed

During June I’ll be speaking at a few conferences including a mini-input via a back door route at the Wellington Festival of Education.  A couple of the talks focus on what I’m calling Liminal Leadership and the others are about assessment. Continue reading

Making Our Teaching, Assessment and Learning Ideas More Visible

I wish I could tell you how long it took to pull together this video but since I didn’t do it I can’t.  Thanks to Liz Horne, Assistant Head teacher, who spent hours and hours on it; we’ve brought alive our Teaching, Assessment & Learning Policy. Continue reading

Educating with Purpose – The Heart of What Matters

Liminal Leadership

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