Leadership, Staff Development

What WomenEd means to me

Following our inaugural YamJam, our WomenEd ideas session started me thinking about what WomenEd means to me. The advantage of such a self-supporting movement, led by a fabulous steering group, is that it's an open house, a place for sharing ideas, collaboration and personal reflection. For me, I see WomenEd as a sustainable grass-roots movement that nurtures female leadership… Continue reading What WomenEd means to me

Curriculum, English, Progress

Rethinking KS3: Early Intervention

In earlier blog posts I've been exploring the ways that KS3 can be reclaimed to have a positive impact on student achievement over time. Ofsted's document KS3: The Wasted Years explores the issues affecting KS3 at the moment and, to me, gives very clear guidance to schools about what is required for them to be successful. Firstly, Ofsted… Continue reading Rethinking KS3: Early Intervention