EVERYTHING MUST CHANGELATEST BLOG FROM MAGGIE FARRAR
Read Maggie's latest blog as she follows up our Annual Conference this year by talking with two heads, Darren Randle and Caroline Skingsley, about leading change in a disrupted world.
FLIPPING SCHOOLS!NEW BOOK FEATURES TWO SOTO SCHOOLS
The new book from John West-Burnham and Malcolm Groves looks at the evidence for changing the way we think about school improvement and paying far more attention to family and community engagement.
Our online Gauging Success toolkit for Fellowship schools looks for more balanced ways to judge school success, using the four quadrant framework, engaging stakeholders, and above all asking powerful questions. Just one of the benefits of becoming a Fellowship member.
SPECIAL WORKSHOP WITH LIZ ROBINSON, CO-DIRECTOR, BIG EDUCATION
January 27 4pm
WHAT ELSE, WHAT NEXT, WHAT IF?
Asking bigger questions to achieve a bigger education.
The aspiration to create a ‘bigger education’ is wonderful, and, in our experience, one that can powerfully reconnect leaders and teachers with their purpose and motivation. And then reality can hit. Achieving this and putting it into action can be challenging, especially given the high stakes accountability culture we have in the English context. Trying new things, or even old things, can feel risky. Anything other than optimising solely for exam outcomes can feel fool-hardy. Focusing both on high standards in core academics and a more expansive offer can seem a lot to take on.
This online workshop will explore what constitutes a more expansive education and how to work with all stakeholders in your school to ask bigger and bolder questions about the future.
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