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Head’s Blog

She wants to nurture intellectual curiosity, so the whole school becomes ‘an educational experience’. Her not unambitious aim is to make it the premier girls’ school in Cheshire and buck the notion that to get to Oxbridge you need to attend one of the traditional, academic (some might say, three line whip pressured) schools.

Mobile Phones in Schools: Are we going far enough?

I was interested to read an article in The Telegraph on the 30 August about Brighton College’s decision to make all students in Years 7, 8 and 9 hand in their mobile phones at the start of the day.  Teachers would lock them away and have them ready for collection between 4 and 5 pm...

Well Being – Changing the Conversation

Summer Holidays – A Time for Rest and Relaxation?

A Sixth Month Reflection

Making the Transition from Management to Leadership

There is a growing body of evidence that suggests that school leadership has a huge impact on student outcomes; second only to the influence of teachers in the classroom. If, like me, you are making the transition to Headship or are thinking that Headship is something to which you aspire, this only seeks to emphasise...

Tips for Top Assemblies

Technology in the Classroom: Friend or Foe?

Should we Teach Primary School Children About Mental Health?

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