The latest news, views and opinion from our expert consultants at TT Education.
James Lewis considers Ofsted’s proposals for “broad and balanced” curriculum provision. Out with the three 'Rs" and in with the three "Is" - Intent, Implementation and Impact.
We’ve been fortunate enough to gain insight into what the new Ofsted framework could mean for your school. In readiness for this new innovation in inspection, here are some things you should know...
Cross-curricular learning has become something of an orthodoxy in the primary sector, but James Lewis wonders if it might limit our children’s life-chances when we don’t do it well.
Have you ever worked with a leader who truly serves those with whom you work? Adam Reed explores the notion of "service leadership" in schools.
Wellbeing is an issue for children, staff and for leaders across the country, and in every kind of school. We need to take control of the situation if we are going to improve wellbeing, says James Lewis, because nothing will happen without brave leadership and proactive teachers.
We're thrilled to have been recognised for our outstanding work in school improvement ... TT Education have won the coveted ‘School Improvement Provider of the Year’ trophy. Find out why the judges chose us as their winner.
Director of School Improvement, Adam Reed, considers how best to use performance management reviews. What do we really want to get out of performance management and how do we ensure that we definitely get it?
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TT Education is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted as a finalists for two more upcoming awards.
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How to get the most out of the performance management cycle, with the minimum of effort and the maximum of outcome! Betsy Maytham considers the impact of a change of mindset on teachers' professional development processes.
Performance management can often turn into a paper-pushing exercise, rather than the robust, strategic, developmental activity it should be. Betsy Maytham asks why this is and how we can avoid it...