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Curriculum, teaching and support
Lessons from lockdown
Christabel Shepherd | 11 June 2020

Christabel Shepherd, NACE Associate and Trustee and an Executive Headteacher, reflects on key priorities raised by the lockdown period - including metacognition, remote learning and support for parents.

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Curriculum, teaching and support
Rising stars...
Liz Allen CBE | 11 June 2020

NACE Trustee Liz Allen CBE explores the phenomenon of "rising stars" - students who appear to be thriving while learning at home - and asks what schools can learn from this for the future.

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Identification and transition
Transitioning from Year 11 during a global pandemic
Renata Joseph | 10 June 2020

Renata Joseph, NACE Trustee and Headteacher of Saint Cecilia’s Church of England School, on the challenges of supporting the current cohort of Year 11s.

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Professional development
Librarians under lockdown: rising to the challenge
Bev Humphrey | 4 June 2020

The SLA’s Bev Humphrey on how school librarians are rising to meet the challenges of lockdown life - supporting students, teachers and one another.

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Professional development
Lockdown learning: the good, the bad...
Hilary Lowe | 12 May 2020

NACE Education Adviser Hilary Lowe explores the challenges of “lockdown learning”, how schools are responding, and what lessons could be learned to improve provision for all young people both now and in the years to come.

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Leadership and governance
Wellbeing: a whole-school priority
Jon Murphy | 12 May 2020

As schools prepare to return, NACE Associate Jon Murphy suggests the focus on health and wellbeing in the new Curriculum for Wales could be helpful to all schools.

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