Rosenshine’s Principles in Action – A Review

I have read pretty much every post of Tom Sherrington’s blog since I’ve started teaching; i’ve always been impressed at how simply he conveys the complexity of all the dynamic and complex aspects of school life, particularly the classroom, learning and teaching. But none of his writing is simplistic. He cuts through the multifarious web… Continue reading Rosenshine’s Principles in Action – A Review

Leading Change as a Subject Leader: Improving curriculum for enduringly great teaching

When I first started out on my journey as a humanities subject leader, I reflected on where I should start. I was (and still am) privileged enough to work in a school with some highly experienced teachers. Two issues, though, were immediately apparent to me in my new role. First, despite the great teaching going… Continue reading Leading Change as a Subject Leader: Improving curriculum for enduringly great teaching