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04/06/2013
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SLT 5.1 Contents

SLT 5.1 Contents

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SLT 5.1 Editorial

The broader significance of a financial scandal

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04/06/2013
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SLT 5.1 Points

Schools illegally excluding students, one in ten children miss out on first-choice primary school, provision for practical science in schools is seriously lacking, and more.

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04/06/2013
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Getting it right: The Technical Baccalaureate

Has the government got it right with the Technical Baccalaureate, or will it struggle for recognition?

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04/06/2013
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Responses to the National Curriculum consultation

The public consultation on the draft curriculum may have recently ended, but the debate over the proposed changes will no doubt rage on as the government chooses either to heed or ignore the advice of those who responded. We provide a snapshot of the main responses to the proposals from some of the UK’s best-known associations.

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SLT Issue 5.1 Leadership Briefing

School teachers’ pay and conditions document 2013 and guidance on school teachers’ pay and conditions. Always someone else’s problem – Office of the Children’s Commissioner’s report on illegal exclusions. Investigation of Key Stage 2 Level 6 tests.

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Exploding the myths of school reform

Is it truly impossible for all students to achieve, no matter their background or family circumstances? Does innovation always add value to school improvement efforts? David Hopkins challenges some of the most commonly accepted views of education, achievement and school reform.

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04/06/2013
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Game-based learning in the classroom

In today’s modern society, teachers often have to contend with smartphones, video consoles and other technology for their students’ attention. Alistair Smith explains how the principles of gaming can be applied to the classroom to make learning a more interactive and stimulating experience.

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Literacy across the curriculum – Making it happen

In the drive to improve national literacy standards, Ofsted are growing increasingly interested in the teaching of English across the whole curriculum. Marcella McCarthy shares some practical strategies to ensure your whole-school literacy policy is robust and ready for inspection.

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04/06/2013
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Ten days till shut down

With only ten days to save one troubled secondary school from closure, Kevin Rowland describes how he and staff worked to eradicate an embedded culture of aggression and disruption, and prove that given the right attitude and support, even youngsters with the most complex needs can enjoy themselves and achieve at school.

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The creative leader

What does it take to be a creative leader? Much more organisation than you might think, as Bill Lowe found out when he talked to three school leaders who were trying to make a difference.

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A question a day…

In 2001, only 17 per cent of Sixth Street Prep School’s students were meeting government standards in English. Now, it’s nearly 90 per cent... but what’s their secret? Former principal Linda Mikels explains.

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Uncovering the curriculum - A science focus

The proposals for the new primary science curriculum may have met with much criticism, but there are still those who believe it has plenty of potential. Tom Robson explains why he considers the new curriculum to be an exciting opportunity for creativity and discovery.

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04/06/2013
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The primary science curriculum - At a glance

We summarise the changes to the primary science curriculum. [Open Access]

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04/06/2013
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Manager's Briefcase - Working with parents

In this issue’s Manager’s Briefcase, we have provided some guidance and resources which we hope will make the sometimes stressful task of forming good, solid relationships with your students’ parents a little bit easier.

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SLT 5.1 Full magazine

Download the full issue of SLT 5.1 here.

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25/10/2013
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