Wednesday, 9 February 2011

Learning is a team game

We must continue to develop co-operative and collaborative approaches where we network and share what works and create 'learning zones' where we learn from our own best practice and what works everywhere and anywhere.

We must recognise and celebrate that every school is on a learning journey and we must constantly challenge ourselves to do better. It's also increasingly clear that OFSTED doesn't work in this context and we need to develop a new accountability framework and a model to celebrate excellence and quality assure what we do. Colleagues have suggested a new model where we find the bits of magic in every school and the areas where things aren't good enough and then connect the school into our learning zones to continue it's learning journey.

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