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EEF Guidance: Pupil Premium Opportunities and Challenges

This short guidance from the Education Endowment Foundation: looks at five key principles; includes some myth busters; gives a suggested tiered approach to pupil premium spending and a set of four case studies to help exemplify the good work going on in schools. Continue reading

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Really Bold Beginnings

The Education Endowment Foundation latest guidance, Preparing for Literacy, has just been release.  Its seven recommendations start with a focus on the development of communication and language with approaches that emphasise spoken language and verbal interaction. Continue reading

New Book: Liminal Leadership

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