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Unleashing Greatness? Education Reform in Action

” You can mandate adequacy … greatness has to be unleashed”  Joel Klein – via Sir Michael Barber Ever since I attended the London Festival of Education at the IoE in November 2012, I’ve had a sense that education reform was there for the taking – it’s just a case of people getting organised and … Continue reading

Labour’s National Baccalaureate: Strong on Principles and Pragmatism

Over the last year, I’ve been working with IoE Director, Chris Husbands, as a member of the Labour Skills Task Force; it has been a fascinating process. This week the third and final report from the group was published, outlining some recommendations for 14-19 curriculum and qualifications reform.  I recommend reading the report in detail … Continue reading

Towards a Proper English Baccalaureate

Before joining KEGS as Head, I used to work as Head of Secondary at the British International School in Jakarta.  It was an extraordinary experience on many levels.  One of the features of the school that gave us confidence that we were delivering an extremely strong educational product was that we ran the English Curriculum … Continue reading

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