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The Labour Party policy consultation on education has now closed, and we hope that educators, parents and Labour party members took time to contribute to the important proposals for a National Education Service. The notion of a National Education Service … Continue reading
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In the Guardian this week there was an extremely interesting article that reported on the CBI director general’s speech about his and the business world’s concern about education. It was strong stuff! Teaching to tests and exams is not providing … Continue reading
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Welcome back after the Christmas holidays . . . This half term we’re mainly catching up with various happenings since the last blog, and thinking ahead to our forthcoming trip to Japan. The recommended reading material for today is an … Continue reading
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