Leadership: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

20th September 2017

Developing a culture of change in schools through leadership and management – and deploying improvement strategies across the school community – requires an understanding of ‘the challenges of change’. Andrew Williams, education consultant and interim [read more]

School catering: what’s on the menu?

18th September 2017

Over the summer came a new push to tackle childhood obesity. Public health bosses urged the food manufacturers of the highest calorie offenders to make their food – chips, pizza, burgers, crisps, etc. – healthier. [read more]

GDPR: Time to get your HR department in order

6th September 2017

Social media is flooded with scary articles about the general data protection regulation (GDPR), lots of statistics and conflicting information but very little in terms of cold, hard facts. As we enter the final months [read more]

Comment: Where truth has no traction

1st September 2017

‘Newspeak’ – ambiguous, euphemistic language used chiefly in political propaganda – was a strong and disturbing element in George Orwell’s classic, Nineteen Eighty-Four. Here Damian Ettinger, headmaster at Cokethorpe School, explores how it features in [read more]

Social mobility and DfE funding for schools

17th July 2017

Social mobility is high on the government’s agenda and education is crucial to enabling it. Educational consultant Tim McShane considers the path to social mobility, the DfE funding to support it and the wider role [read more]

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