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Texting Your Way to Improved Attendance

The link between good attendance and higher levels of attainment are pretty well established.  Many school leaders talk about “quality teaching first”; I understand and accept the basis of their logic but if a pupil isn’t in the classroom s/he won’t benefit.  You’ve got to get them in first. Continue reading

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Absences Matter and You Can Help

Talking at a number of conferences recently I’ve suggested that we’ve got to stop reinventing the wheel and use research wisely.  Research provides signposts towards what might work for us, based on what has worked elsewhere and to what extent. Continue reading

New Book: Liminal Leadership

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