Last week in the education news, it was claimed by two influential system leaders, that Ofsted’s new focus on schools having a broad curriculum would “damage outcomes for disadvantaged children”. The focus of the report was centred on schools that have shortened their Key Stage 3 to two years in order to make way for…

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Welcome back to the spring term 2020 and a belated happy new year to you all; I hope you all feel rested and had an enjoyable festive period. As we enter the second decade of the twentieth century, many may feel the impulse towards catastrophe in the world today seems to be stronger than the…

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Last Friday Ofsted came to Camden for the annual engagement meeting where Martin Pratt, Anne Turner and myself provided a series of updates on the social care self-evaluation and education performance. I provided updates on school performance across all the Key Stages. There was of course a particular interest from HMI on the performance of…

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    Last week in the education news, it was claimed by two influential system leaders, that…
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    Last Friday Ofsted came to Camden for the annual engagement meeting where Martin Pratt, Anne…

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