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A narrative of a Turkish-speaking governor

A narrative of a Turkish-speaking governor “It has only been three years since I came to the UK and I cannot believe that I will be a governor for the next 4 years. I became a governor because I am an academic and I have a strong commitment to education. On top of Read more

Troubled State of the Nation

Troubled State of the Nation Imagine if half the children and young people in a country were reporting being unhealthy, both physically and mentally. Would there be calls for humanitarian aid? Would a national crisis be declared? From the State of the Nation report on children and young people’s wellbeing, which was published Read more

The White Paper: A Response

The White Paper: A Response The White Paper’s overall ambition for every child to succeed with the aim of achieving 90% expected standards at reading, writing, and maths in KS2 and moving average attainment in English and maths at GCSE from 4.5 to 5 is laudable but hardly backed up by the plans Read more

Why are extracurricular activities important?

Why are extracurricular activities important? Most of us can relate to the aspiration of being a well-rounded person, and this goes for young people too. Their lives may seem to revolve primarily around the school subjects of history, maths, languages, and science, but of course activities beyond the classroom and outside of the Read more

CASE STUDY | What difference does Haringey Learning Partnership’s outward-facing community approach make?

Case Study What difference does Haringey Learning Partnership's outward-facing community approach make? Background Haringey Learning Partnership is a network of alternative provision schools and services working across the borough of Haringey, formed in September 2020 as part of Haringey Council’s Model for Change strategy. 100% of students at Haringey Learning Partnership have identified Read more

School Exclusions – modelling change in Haringey

School Exclusions – modelling change in Haringey   There is no getting around the fact that the national picture on school exclusions is bleak. Not only are exclusions worryingly high, but there are huge disparities when we look at who is being excluded from mainstream schools. What we see in the data Read more

Theory in practice: What learning is

Theory in Practice: What learning is Important reflections from the Education Bookcast podcast by Stanislaw Pstrokonski As educational professionals and practitioners, one of the most important skills we can demonstrate is the ability to translate models of thinking and learning into practice. Stanislaw Pstrokonski’s Education Bookcast on “What learning is” introduces the Read more

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