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Now! That’s Primary Blogging Volume Eight

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This week’s mix tape of primary and primary-related blogs.
1. Cut down on workload with Live Planning, via @prawnseye: http://t.co/r1FzIFrFB2
2. Why every child has the capacity to be a mathematician, via @emmaannhardy: http://t.co/bo37iNGNRi
3. How best do we manage other adults in the classroom, via @teacher_mummy: http://t.co/ykzfbLMoZ5
4. Standing up for education so that teachers are taught well and teachers are treated fairly, via @diankenny: http://t.co/y6GGiNAkq3
5. Three posts via @ChrisChivers2:
Schools’ responsibilty to make quality first SEND provision: http://t.co/YvpNTyhUcx
How SEN reform alone will not change outcomes for children: http://t.co/fYHXdMOqpy
Background reading to SEN reforms: http://t.co/eIBz5rDuhW
6. Alternatives to standard practices in primary assessment, via @ChrisWaterworth: http://t.co/iBYzBMFeck
7. Planning your school offer in readiness for the 2014 SEN reforms, via @Mishwood1: http://t.co/tXvfXCmeUB
8. Taking the art of lesson observations further by taking away judgements, via @primaryhead1: https://twitter.com/PrimaryHead1
9. Accountability: driving improvement or driving teachers away from the profession?…

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