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Towards a culture of wellbeing

In their book “Making Coaching Work” Clutterbuck and Megginson[1] propose four layers of organisational evolution. I suggest schools might find the same four ideas helpful in thinking about the layers of evolution towards a culture of wellbeing: Nascent: “hit and
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10 characteristics of a Coaching Culture

Creating a coaching culture in your school requires a clear vision of what that might look like. Most of the literature around coaching describes one-to-one relationships but it is worth thinking about the culture of the organisation as a whole.
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Sinking, swimming, box ticking? Schools and their professional responsibility for early career teachers

“What happens in induction is critical to shaping the quality of the teacher’s future performance. The induction period is a major test of the extent to which employers, school leaders and the profession are interested in and committed to the
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School-to-school networking – more gain than pain

Increasingly school-to-school collaboration and networking is receiving emphasis as national systems start to fragment and schools edge towards being interdependent as well as independent. But collaborative working between schools is not an easy option whether it’s two, three or more
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