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SLT 3.2 Editorial

The EBacc is out there on its own!

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SLT 3.2 Contents

What's in this issue?

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SLT 3.2 News

Schools misusing cover supervisors, EMA replacement could be discriminatory, School defends pole dancing lessons, and more.

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Maxed out on maths

Schools are entering more and more students for GCSE maths before they turn 16. A new report suggests the practice could be doing more harm than good

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EBacc to square one?

Is the English Baccalaureate a good thing? At its centre is a policy with contradictions at every level and no logical rationale

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Heads start fightback against EBacc

Headteachers are launching new organisations and qualifications to resist the impact of Gove’s English Baccalaureate on the curriculum, fearing it will undo many of the gains made in making the curriculum more engaging and more relevant

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Leadership Briefing Report update

Survey of School Leaders – Spring 2011. Children And Young People’s Views Of Education Policy. Safeguarding Children Across Services: Messages from research on identifying and responding to child maltreatment. Governance Models In Schools.

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Moving from good to great

Taking a long perspective on school improvement, David Crossley offers the first of a series of articles on how schools can move from good to great and the system as a whole might raise high standards further still

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Teaching schools: sharing the expertise

The proposal for teaching schools in England accelerates the partnership approach to school improvement already adopted by many top school leaders, says Steve Munby of the National College

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Resolving staff conflict

Tensions between staff can be a particularly destructive force, undermining much of your good work as a school. Teamwork specialist Rosie Garwood examines the issues and suggests some solutions

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A decade of change in school fundraising

The past ten years have seen schools pioneer new ways to raise extra finance through parents and former pupils. Fundraising expert David Poppitt explains

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Caring for your greatest asset

The well-being of your staff is central to everything that happens in your school – but how many schools have structures in place to ensure it? Nigel Gann investigates

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Setting languages free

Geography in German? An imaginative scheme to boost modern foreign languages is producing some outstanding results, explains Judith Woodfield

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The language of ideas

Bright working-class students are held back because nobody teaches them academic language, says Mary Mason, who has devised a programme to put this situation to rights

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Developing leadership through school partnerships

Partnerships between schools can be a hugely effective way of nurturing leadership talent. Patrick Leeson of Ofsted presents some interesting findings from his organisation’s new report

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Academies – if you can’t beat ‘em...?

As debates rage over academy status in staff rooms across the country, this issue’s Leadership Dilemma looks at the arguments for and against

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Support and aspiration: a new approach to SEN

Where next for special needs provision in schools? With the government consulting on its SEN green paper, Lorraine Petersen OBE looks at the key areas of interest for school leaders

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SLT 3.2 Primary File

A support ACT for primary schools; Assessing assessment; Revisiting the humanities; Risks of facebook and addressing an unsatisfactory Ofsted verdict.

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Revisiting the humanities

PowerPoint Slides: Primary Files - Revisiting the humanities

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