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Workload Reduction Strategy Downloads

Workload Reduction Strategy Download our Workload Reduction Strategy as a PowerPoint slide, PDF or JPEG. Many thanks to @AdrianBethune for the design. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, which means that You are free to: Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the […]

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Live Well, Teach Well by Abigail Mann – Review

Live Well, Teach Well sets out its stall on the cover with the tagline “A practical approach to wellbeing that works”. In her introduction, Abbie describes the book as “a ‘pick-up-and-look’ resource for when you need it most.” This is not a book to be read cover to cover, nor does it draw heavily on research; […]

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‘Invest in the best! People are our priority and from this investment great things will happen.’

A case study by @JoMcShaneEdu from The Little Book of Flourishing Schools. Catherine Skinn, Principal, Kingfisher Primary, Doncaster https://www.astrea-kingfisher.org/ Contact: principal@astrea-kingfisher.org  In a time where teaching is more challenging than it has ever been with greater and greater expectations placed on teachers, a school MUST invest in teachers as professionals to enable them to be more than […]

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TeachwellFest – Early bird Tickets on sale now!

Early bird tickets have gone on sale for TeachWellFest 2018! Click the picture to find out more and grab your ticket! Confirmed speakers include; Sam Collins @samschoolstuff  Georgia Holleran @TeachersMHaW  Dr Emma Kell @thosethatcan Vic Goddard @vicgoddard  Professor Jonathan Glazzard @j_glazzard Andrew Cowley @andrew_cowley23   With more to be announced soon… Share this

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Slow Teaching by Jamie Thom

Ever feel like you’re rushing headlong through your working day? Constantly compromising? Marking into the early hours?  In his new book Jamie Thom  @teachgratitude1 argues that we can all achieve more by doing less. Drawing on popular psychology and the latest educational thinking, he sets out a manifesto for an altogether more considered approach to […]

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Workload Research from the DFE

A huge pile of workload documents have been uploaded to the DFE website this morning. There are some great case studies on the site but they have all just been labelled  “Reducing Teacher Workload”, making it timeconsuming to navigate, especially if you are looking for a specific area. The table below lists the foci of the research. […]

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Why Schools Must Embrace Flexible Working

Flexible working in schools has been a hot topic this week, and rightly so. Recent analysis by the NFER recommended that “The Government and stakeholders in the secondary sector need to look urgently at identifying ways that accommodate more and better part-time working in secondary schools. Further research with secondary schools which successfully offer greater […]