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Daily News Summary
4 July 2018

image Heads' roundtable at Number 10
image 'Lead by example to teach children about risk'
image ISC Blog: Developing therapeutic interventions in school
image Are children being over-tested?
image 'Why research schools will work'

Heads' roundtable at Number 10

 

Independent school headteachers will meet at Number 10 today to discuss how resources are being shared with the state sector. By Camilla Turner, The Telegraph. Article quotes Barnaby Lenon, chairman of the Independent Schools Council.

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The Telegraph

'Lead by example to teach children about risk'

 

If you want pupils to demonstrate certain behaviours, adults must lead by example and show these behaviours themselves, according to Mike Buchanan who will become the executive director of the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC) in November. By Martin George, Tes.

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Tes

ISC Blog: Developing therapeutic interventions in school

 

James Wilding, principal at Claires Court School, writes about the therapeutic value of the arts in school.

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ISC

Are children being over-tested?

 

Daisy Christodoulou, director of education at No More Marking, writes for Tes arguing that schools could have more opportunity to focus on useful assessment if there were fewer formal assessment points.

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Tes

'Why research schools will work'

 

What do research schools do and why will they work? By Shaun Allison, director of Durrington Research School. Tes.

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Tes

 

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