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5 Minute Lesson Review

5 Minute Lesson Review
After an interesting discussion during our staff meeting about the role of subject leadership in critiquing the quality of teaching and learning and reflecting on the recent OFSTED inspection where feedback was devoid of judgment grades; we asked the question of the teaching staff, “Would you prefer to have feedback without grades?” Read More...

Malala Yousafzai's speech at the United Nations #MalalaDay

Malala Yousafzai's speech at the United Nations #MalalaDay
Today, it is an honour for me to be speaking again after a long time. Being here with such honourable people is a great moment in my life. I don't know where to begin my speech. I don't know what people would be expecting me to say. But first of all, thank you to God for whom we all are equal and thank you to every person who has prayed for my fast recovery and a new life. Read More...

National Transplant Week: Ben Pott's Donor Story

National Transplant Week: Ben Pott's Donor Story
National Transplant Week is an annual campaign held every July (www.transplantweek.co.uk) that aims to educate people about the benefit of organ and tissue donation, and tackle the ‘I'll do it later’ mindset. To mark National Transplant Week, Kent-Teach would like to share Ben Pott's story a good friend of the team who did something heroic to save a life Read More...

Movie Magic Lessons

Movie Magic Lessons
Films can open our eyes to new ideas, take us to magical places, and make us question what we think Read More...

Are you an Inspirational Teacher?

Are you an Inspirational Teacher?
As a teacher, what does it mean to be inspirational? From a Headteacher’s point of view teachers who are recognised as inspiring are most likely to be considered “outstanding” in their practice. An educator who not only teaches a topic, but also teaches an individual how to grow outside of the classroom and beyond. Read More...

“I can’t make it in today…”

“I can’t make it in today…”
I was recently sent a list of “worst excuses for missing work” by a colleague as a little light relief amidst a really hectic week in the life of the consultancy team. The top 25 giving me a bit of check list for the ones I’ve heard over the years. If it had been a game of bingo I wouldn’t have got a full house, but I was close. Read More...

Multi-Tasking Ninja isn’t a Job Title

Multi-Tasking Ninja isn’t a Job Title
Have you ever looked at a job advert and wondered what on earth you would be doing if you were the successful candidate?...Job titles can be a bit of fun, but before you start re-advertising your Deputy Headteacher post as the “Grand Master of Underlings and Curriculum Jedi”, perhaps we need to consider what a job title says about candidates and employers alike. Read More...