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Editorial SLT Volume 8.5

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SLT Volume 8.5 Contents

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SLT 8.5 News

SLT News 8.5

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Schools Face Financial Insolvency In Two Years

There’s no doubt about it, the financial situation facing Britain’s academies is a very real concern.

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Leadership Briefing Report update

This government Audit examines how people of different backgrounds are treated across areas including health, education, employment and the criminal justice system.

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How Senior And Middle Leaders Can Learn To Love Each Other

In the current school climate,where shared leadership at all levels is required, the division of tasks and delegation of decision-making by senior leaders is becoming critically important for the success of the school. Dr. Nasima Riazat reports

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A New Way To Develop Teaching Assistants

A supervision method used in health and social care services has shown it can provide major lessons for education, reports Claire Johnson.

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Race in/equality and school leadership: what can school leaders and governors do?

No school likes to think of themselves as racist. But subconscious bias and discrimination is playing a devastating role, argues Professor Paul Miller.

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Black Leaders: A Case For More Research

Everyone knows there is a serious problem in the UK about the lack of black leaders, but, like the issue itself, it is not being addressed by education academics, reports Professor Marianne Coleman.

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System leadership and collaboration – a new skillset for leaders?

In this article, Toby Greany describes the development of school-toschool support, networks and partnerships, focussing in particular on recent developments in England. He explores the leadership practices associated with these and argues that school leaders must become adept at working in an environment that incentivises collaborative competition.

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A Deeper Look At Mastery

It seems that virtually every school in the country is thinking about Mastery Learning, but, from recent conversations with school leaders,very few of them have a clear understanding of what mastery learning is, reports Heather Clements.

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Who Is Leading Our Schools?

Increasing confusion now hangs over the role of school governors. In an era of MATs, Julia Steward unpicks the question of what their role really is?

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School Research: The New Frontier

The push for more and better school-led research to improve practice and children’s learning has never been stronger. But many are skeptical about its value.Tim Cain investigates its current role and reception at the coal face.

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The Working Class Conundrum

Her own class background has given Professor Sonia Blandford a unique insight into the way working class children fail and what can be done about it.

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This is What Inclusion Means To Me

Amy Husband is the head teacher of Clifford Bridge Academy. Here she gives a personal view on what it means to be an inclusive school.

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Intervening Early With The Tree of Life A creative way to help school children talk about themselves

Narrative therapy, children telling the stories of their lives and culture, can be an effective early intervention that prevents more serious mental health issues developing in children. Carl Dutton explains.

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Bold Beginnings …Down The Wrong Path

Ofsted is now undermining the positive attributes of the EYFS and needs to be resisted, argues Professors Chris Pascal and Tony Bertram.

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Moving to Learn

Maureen Hunt explains why movement is so essential for young children’s learning.

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