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The two threads in a theory of action (pt 2 in a series)

  30th October 2020

Two distinct trains of thought make up the theory of action – those of the individual and those of the wider organisation. In part two of our series, we look at how by combining the two, we embark on a

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Frame your approach with a theory of action (pt 1 in a series)

  21st October 2020

By looking at the variables, you can determine your route to school improvement. Here we remind ourselves of the origins of this blog and how the approach we adopted in the past can be applied to guide you in the

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Meeting the challenges head-on

  9th October 2020

Two very different regions have each faced their own unique challenges during the pandemic. Now, as we adapt to a new educational landscape, we learn how Jersey and Wales are approaching the months ahead.

While the severity of the coronavirus

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Confusion reigns in the classroom

  6th October 2020

A lot is going on within our collaborative communities at the moment, so to keep you informed of events, we shall dedicate the next two blog posts to the global update.  In this, the first, we report on Quebec and

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It takes effort to stay on top

  2nd October 2020

It is not enough to reach the top and consider your work done. In order for a school to remain outstanding, a continual programme of improvement is necessary. In this post, we take a deeper delve into the component of

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How upwards convergence is good for all

  25th September 2020

Shared knowledge is a powerful tool which can help the continual improvement of schools; performance, as we have discovered from Challenge Partners’ Growing The Top Programme.

On the 28 January 2020  Professor Peter Mathews in his blog titled. The power

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