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  • Why the UK can’t afford to fail online learning

    By Sharon Hague, SVP, Schools and Online Learning

    COVID-19 has caused millions of students and teachers to switch to online learning at rapid pace. This shift has highlighted the extraordinary impact online learning can have and at the same time exposed the challenge of making it accessible to everyone.

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  • Marlwood School: Leading the way with the Level 1 Foundation Project Qualification

    Marlwood School is enjoying a new lease of life under the leadership of Headteacher Del Planter. In their latest report, Ofsted praises the impact of a new curriculum and teachers that are encouraging learners to ‘think deeply’ and helping them reach their full potential. Del and his team are passionate about making sure his learners develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours that they need to succeed in the future, and they are finding innovative ways to do this.  

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  • Textbooks in maths - why the scare-factor?

    ‘The use of well-designed and tested textbooks is critical for the successful implementation of teaching for mastery. A good textbook is an aid both for the teacher in planning lessons, and for the pupil during lessons and working on their own.’  NCETM 2018

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