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Autumn 2015 Events
Sir Michael Barber Lecture, Cambridge

Outdoor Education, Oxfordshire

NET'S 3rd Annual SEND Conference, London

Excellence in School Leadership, London

National Good Practice
National Education Trust Click to see the web page.A Practical Guide: National Standards of Excellence for Headteachers NEW
Click to downloadOrder form: National Standards of Excellence...
Click to downloadA best seller from NET
Click to downloadA brief history...
Click to see the web page.The NET Manifesto: Taking party politics out of schools

School Improvement and Professional Development
The Teachers' Standards in the Classroom Click to downloadTeachers' Standards in the Classroom NEW EDITION
Click to see the web page.Blueprint for self-improving system NEW
Click to downloadPupil Premium Reviews in Primary Schools NEW
Click to see the web page.Excellence As Standard
Click to see the web page.'Blink' model of school review
Click to see the web page.Creating Outstanding Primary Classrooms


Articles, Policy & Debate
A series of articles for the summer term:
Lesson observation, and its dying impact - a move from grading to coaching.
Click to see the web page.Subject leader without portfolio - Simon Knight NEW
Click to see the web page.Spot Coaching - Keith Grainger NEW
Click to see the web page.Changing the Silent Process of Judgement - Kate Dutton
Click to see the web page.The clearing fog - Nick Soar
Click to see the web page.Fanning the glowing embers - Jane Ratcliffe
Click to see the web page.The surgeon and the scalpel - Roy Blatchford
Click to see the web page.Watching the clouds go by - Marc Rowland NEW

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