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#Vis2040: The Inverted Doughnut Curriculum

How will we use the next twenty five years to develop one of the highest performing school systems in the World?  There is possibly much we can learn from the analogy of the inverted doughnut (Handy, 1991).  This can be applied to the curriculum as well as the role of government in education and our own roles within schools.  It is hopeless to ever try to fully describe and then dictate the whole, there is always a need to leave space to allow professional judgement and distinctiveness to enter into our systems. Continue reading

@HeadsRoundtable – Revise, Revise, Demise for Ofsted

I was really pleased when Ros McMullen asked whether I could attend a @HeadsRoundtable Meeting following a New Year blog post “Ofsted Get it Right for Once … Oh No They Didn’t”.  This is a summary of a short presentation prepared for the meeting at Huntington School in York, hosted by John Tomsett. Continue reading

Educating with Purpose – The Heart of What Matters

Liminal Leadership


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