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A Visible Learning Journey

In this guest blog Chris Taylor, Head Teacher at Patcham Infant School and Nursery Class, highlights some of the brilliant effects Building Learning Power has had on learners at his school. Take it away, Chris.   A few weeks back Patcham Infant School hosted a Creative Curriculum evening for Key Stage 1 parents. This meeting…

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Guest Blog: Building Learning Habits at The King’s School in Macclesfield

Richard Griffiths, Deputy Head at The King’s School in Macclesfield gives a detailed account of the training and culture shift his school went through to embed learning power. There are some great ideas for involving senior leadership, teachers, and pupils across the board.  “I first came across Learning Power at a conference, where I saw the…

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BLP in an Outstanding school…

Uffculme School is an 11-16 comprehensive school serving a small town in east Devon. It is highly regarded in the local community and performs extremely well in public examinations. Relationships within the school are exceptional and the atmosphere calm and purposeful. The Oftsed inspection of 2007 rated the school outstanding. Headteacher, Lorraine Heath, knew that…

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Why does education need to change?

There are many changes, pressures, dissatisfactions and opportunities that are leading thousands of people around the world to ask the kinds of hard questions out of which philosophies and approaches like BLP have sprung. The economic imperative Education is often justified – by governments and others – as an investment in national competitiveness and prosperity, producing a workforce that…

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