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Wade Deacon High School is celebrating for a second year running after being named TES Outstanding Secondary School of the Year 2012. Executive Headteacher Pamela Wright OBE collects the Award on behalf of the school. The award confirms the excellent work of everyone at the school in enabling our pupils to achieve their full potential and recognises our continued ‘ Commitment to Excellence ’.
Steve Mynard, editor of Primary Headship, considers the practicalities of helping young children to develop higher-order questioning skills
How to write a scheme of work — From Good to Outstanding: Helping you to achieve outstanding and creative teaching and learning.A good scheme of work is fundamental to progress and makes assessment so much easier.
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Pirates, munchkins and football; can you think of interactive ideas to make your lessons more creative?
Deputy head Betty Port discusses how she looked at restructuring lessons to transform and advance learning across her school At All Saints, teaching and learning had always been a priority in the school development plan (SDP), but when, in September 2005, it was made my responsibility as part of my deputy head role, we introduced more formal methods of identifying areas for improvement. This led us to develop a concentrated focus on what makes for a good lesson as the launchpad for introducing more effective teaching strategies to transform learning across the whole school.
Portrait of A Student Failed by the Present System