Tag Archives: Politics and the Primary Teacher

Still Seeking Answers to Social Mobility and School Improvement

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Is it just us, or is Guardian columnist Estelle Morris (Baroness Morris of Yardley to all of yows) still the same fence-sitting New Labourite who knows little about Primary practice and pedagogy she always was? Is it just us, or … Continue reading

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Pedagogy and Wellbeing: A Political Issue?

“If we genuinely put people’s happiness and well-being at the heart of policy-making I think we’d come up with some very different policy solutions.” “My seventeen year old daughter’s year group at school is the most examined in the history … Continue reading

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Politics and the Primary Teacher

Dr Peter Cunningham of Homerton College (Cambridge) who is Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Education has written a book entitled “Politics and the Primary Teacher”, to be published by Routledge on December 13th. Having had a privileged preview of … Continue reading

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