School Improvement

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Less Busyness; More Progress #ThursdayThunk

If medicine was run like education there would be many more patients who wouldn’t survive the random, un-evidenced and poorly researched treatments given.  I can look back on a career of maximum effort, huge expenditure of energy, long hours and too little progress.  Continue reading

How To Transform a School for Good

Alex Hill, Liz Mellon, Ben Laker & Jules Goddard have followed up their work on different types of school leaders – architects and surgeons – with more insights into the work of these transformational headteachers.  A copy of their briefing paper is here (Secrets of the Architect Leader); these are my reflections on it. Continue reading

A Glimmer of Light in the Darkness

As years go 2016 has to rank as one of the most unpredictable ever.  David Cameron gambled, promised and lost.  I didn’t see Brexit coming; Boris Johnson and Michael Gove didn’t see each others’ political manoeuvring. Prime Minister May was duly crowned.  Following Brexit it came as no surprise Donald Trump was elected; it should have been a total shock.  Continue reading

Educating with Purpose – The Heart of What Matters

Liminal Leadership


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