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Best of 2020 - 21

Best of 2020 - 21

There has never been a more difficult year for educators, but new ideas have never been far from the surface.

July & August 2021

July & August 2021

'Hublings’, service learning, Libraries v Fake News, innovative EAL, mental health interventions, tech threats and ‘slow looking’.

June 2021

June 2021

Sir Anthony Seldon on self-care, music and dyslexia, using global data in strategic planning and outside-in school design.

 

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