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Tom Bennett, England’s “behaviour tsar”, has today published a report on behaviour in schools entitled “Creating a Culture – How school leaders can optimise behaviour”. https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/602487/Tom_Bennett_Independent_Review_of_Behaviour_in_Schools.pdf The report recommends Behaviour in schools should be tracked and collated through anonymised surveys. … Continue reading
Tagged 3Di Model of Intelligences, Behaviour and Welfare, Behaviour in schools, Behaviour Tsar, Creating a Culture: How school leaders can optimise behaivour, Grade Descriptors for Personal Development, Leadership and Management in Schools, managing behaviour, managing behaviour in schools, Personal development, Personal Development tracking, Tom Bennett
We welcome the publication of a new report on behaviour in schools by Tom Bennett. https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/602487/Tom_Bennett_Independent_Review_of_Behaviour_in_Schools.pdf More on this later. …………………. We invite readers to consider and re-examine our own thoughts on behaviour in schools, particularly with reference to the … Continue reading
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With the appointment of Amanda Spielman as Chief Inspector is Ofsted finally emerging from La La Land? Is there at last an understanding that teaching to the test has caused catastrophic damage to many young people – both those who … Continue reading
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It’s sometimes sensible to wait a few days to respond to Sir Michael Wilshaw’s (SMW) comments on education. That way you avoid an instinctual fight or flight reaction. However, having spent some days reflecting on his recent meeting with the … Continue reading
Tagged Behaviour and Welfare, Ebacc, Education Select Committee, Life Lessons, Life Lessons: PSHE and SRE in schools, Neil Carmichael, Ofsted, Ofsted judgement criteria for wellbeing, Parliamentary All Party Committee on Education, Parliamentary Education Select Committee, Personal development, Purpose of Education, Sean Harford, Sir Michael Wilshaw
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Is UK education now in an “age of confusion”? According to Sir Tim Brighouse it is. His speech at the Arts and Media School in Islington made it very clear that education is in the midst of a turbulent time … Continue reading
Tagged 3Di Associates: Rearranging the Deckchairs, Accountability in education, Arts and Media School, Attainment and achievement, Behaviour and Welfare, Big Education, CentreForum, Changes to education, Compass, Compass and NUT's Big Education, Health and wellbeing in education, high-stake exams, Islington, NUT, Ofsted, Personal development, Sir Michael Wilshaw, Sir Tim Brighouse, Vocational education
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Another ‘new’ Ofsted Inspection Framework is being used in schools from September 2015. There’s some good news and some that we have concerns about, but let’s focus on the positives. This is the first time that Ofsted has given “personal … Continue reading
Tagged "Not Yet Good Enough" Ofsted, 21st Century learners, 3Di Associates model of intelligences, behaviour, Behaviour and Welfare, Coasting Schools, Common Inspection Framework, multiple inteliigences, Ofsted, Ofsted Common Inspection Framework, Personal development, PSHE, PSHE Education, Rights of the Child, Six core intelligences, wellbeing