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This article first appeared in the marvellous free periodical, Teach Secondary. Do pop over and subscribe.  Most teachers will be aware ..read more
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Few people would disagree that improving children's reading ability would make a good thing. Not only would it open up greater ..read more
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It is, I hope, uncontroversial to say that poetry is not a popular art form. While it's wonderful to hear the sales of poetry rose by 12% ..read more
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You might know them as Fertile Questions, Enquiry Questions, or plain old, Big Questions, but the idea that the curriculum ought to be ..read more
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When I was a student I was given a lot of detentions. After some particularly appalling behaviour on a French exchange trip I was given two ..read more
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Earlier this week, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn turned up at the NEU annual conference with some crowd pleasing ideas. The most eye-catching ..read more
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Back in December I gave a lecture to the staff of BBC Bitesize about how learning works and how they might go about making more effective ..read more
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This is the final post in a series looking at how we can be sure that students are making progress through the curriculum. The whole ..read more
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In Part 1 of this series I set out the problems with making predictions about students’ progress by drawing a ‘flight path’ between ..read more
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In my last post, I set out the problems with making predictions about students' progress by drawing a 'flight path' between KS2 and KS4. ..read more

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