Tag Archives: Methods and Theories

Educators of the world unite . . .

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There’s been a call for an educational revolution. Perhaps Russell Brand, amongst others, might join the ranks of thinkers and professionals who believe that a revolution in education is needed in this country, and beyond. We need to see some … Continue reading

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Teaching Schools, Wroxham and Learning Without Limits

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When Teaching Schools were first introduced there was real concern that only schools with a  “traditional” form of pedagogy would be considered for this status. We appreciate that the government and Ofsted have made it clear they don’t promote one … Continue reading

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Learning Without Limits at Wroxham

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Last week we had the great pleasure of visiting the Wroxham Teaching  School in Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, and speaking with Alison Peacock, the school’s headteacher. The work at Wroxham School was the subject of a book written as an outcome … Continue reading

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The Future of Teaching: The Future of Schools – Part Two

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Imagine the scene – a group of young people walking quietly through a carpeted corridor into a glass-fronted room. On entering the room, they walk to a “hot” desk and log onto the computer in front of them. There, on … Continue reading

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