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#1000years’ experience. My Contribution.

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cherrylkd

A few weeks ago the wonderful @ChrisChivers2 published his post which gives an insight to his vast experience as an educator. You can read Chris’ post here. Chris is seeking educators who are willing to share their knowledge of teaching and learning. He has extended an invitation to anyone to share their thoughts on education as succinctly as possible. This is my attempt at sharing some of the things I have learned.

As a leader build a happy school. This is not as simple as it sounds. Trust is key. Trust everyone to perform their jobs to the best of their ability. Everyone wants the best for the children, trust them to provide it. Try not to micro manage. Do you really need to check plans? Trust that they are done. Do you really need to observe 6 times per year? In a successful school there will be an emphasis…

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Author: cherrylkd

SLT, SLE, CPD & Assessment leader, ITT NQT Mentor at an outstanding special school in Blackpool. MA in SEN/Inclusion. Writer for Bloomsbury.

One thought on “#1000years’ experience. My Contribution.

  1. Hi! I’ve been following your site for a long time now and finally
    got the courage to go ahead and give you a shout out from Humble Texas!
    Just wanted to mention keep up the good work!

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