Supporting school improvement

Mary Myatt spends time in schools talking to pupils, teachers and leaders about learning, leadership and the curriculum. She maintains that there are no quick fixes and that great outcomes for pupils are not achieved through tick boxes. She is working with senior leaders on the link between educational values and high standards.

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Hopeful Schools

'Hopeful Schools' is a breath of fresh air and reminds you 'why' we do 'what' we do, whilst making you think 'how' we go about it.

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24 Feb 2018

RT @history_mrs: It is irresponsible for history teachers not to be read historical scholarship says @Counsell_C in her keynote "When will…

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RT @mfordhamhistory: Sometimes we assume that national history must necessarily be nationalistic. Certainly it can be (@robertpeal cites Ki…

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RT @mfordhamhistory: Peal emphasise the role of substantive concepts in curriculum design - inflation, urban migration, etc. @RobertPeal #W

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24 Feb 2018

RT @hannahcusworth: Peal: Abstract concepts (what we are aiming for in education) are understood through concrete examples #wlfshistory

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