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SLT 9.3 Cover

The Cover page of School Leadership Today 9.3!

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SLT 9.3 Editorial

School Leadership Today 9.3 Editorial.

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SLT 9.3 Contents

Find out what's inside the latest issue of School Leadership Today!

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SLT 9.3 Points

The latest news in general education and leadership from School Leadership Today!

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Trend - Easing the Childcare Burden

The 30 hours’ free childcare scheme is having mixed degrees of success. Childcare platform Yoopies suggest how it can be improved.

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Trend - Dedicated Specialists Improving Wellbeing in Schools

A new pilot programme shows how putting a dedicated wellbeing expert into schools makes a real difference to staff and students alike.

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Trend - Solving Recruitment Woes

Ongoing problems with teacher recruitment and retention are having a crippling effect on many schools. Julie Ellins highlights a new apprenticeship programme that is creating solutions and helping new teachers get the support they need.

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Politics, Deceit and the Headteacher

To mark the 81st birthday of one of School Leadership Today’s most illustrious contributors we are publishing one of Professor David Hellawell’s articles that was first published in 1997. It went on to feature in his bestselling book Managing in The Education Madhouse. It’s surprising how little has actually changed!

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The Belonging Imperative

In today’s difficult and uncertain times, schools need to be places of belonging. Kathryn Riley shows how—despite the many pressures on schools—teachers can help create that important sense of welcome and belonging for all children and young people.

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Unlocking Potential with Digital Textbooks

Intelligent textbooks empower students to be at the centre of their learning and to create better communication flow between learners and teachers. Karin Bjerde shows how Box Hill School is benefitting from their implementation.

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Collaborating at the Top

Working within a collaborative structure, such as a MAT or some other alliance, is becoming more and more common in the UK, and the leadership required is different than for individual schools. David Middlewood, Ian Abbott and Sue Robinson show how a willingness to learn from each other can help school leaders thrive in these new partnerships.

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The Ethical Dilemma

Being considered ethical is crucial to being successful as a leader. David Pardey explains how to think about ethics to create a strong decision-making framework.

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Building a Sustainable Future

Students engaged in a ground-breaking programme designed to bring education and industry together could be the architects of a sustainable future for all. Mark Smith, Director at Stephen George + Partners explains how high school students are being immersed in architectural practice.

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Reclaiming the Power of Speech

Throughout England, there is a shocking level of language delay in young boys, which is limiting their potential for academic achievement. Kathryn Boothroyd and Julie Hoodless report on an innovative programme that is successfully reversing this trend.

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