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Seen, safe, supported
12th March 2021
Homeschooling through the pandemic has helped demonstrate the importance of a physical school in a child’s development.
The pandemic has given everyone in the education systems we report on reason to reflect. A lot of this is centred on how …Read More
Vaccines, collaboration and peer review
5th March 2021
The successful global distribution of coronavirus vaccines provides us with a practical example of the theory of action at work.
For the first time in quite a while, we have cause for optimism. Coronavirus vaccines have been approved and distributed …Read More
World-class learning starts with a superhub
26th February 2021
Formation of new hubs is intended to give every school in the country the same opportunities for teacher learning.
The concept of teaching schools has evolved greatly since their inception back at the turn of the century when we successfully …Read More
Sir Kevan Collins brought in to recover lost learning
19th February 2021
Government recognition that school closures will be catastrophic for education has led to the nine-month appointment, with Sir Kevan already being labelled the ‘Covid catch-up tzar.’
In response to the myriad evidence being published to confirm that the lockdown has …Read More
Guest post: Learning from the impact of lockdown
12th February 2021
ImpactEd’s mission of addressing the evaluation deficit has taken on a new meaning during this period of school closures.
In this posting we carry a report written by ImpactEd explaining the nature of their work. This coincides with the publication …Read More
Guest post: Waiting for the Great Leap Forward
5th February 2021
In his search for a safe and healthy environment for learning at his school in Canada, our guest contributor David McFall discovered that the great outdoors held many answers.
On March 13, 2020, schools across Canada closed their doors to …Read More