Five point plan from Headteachers’ Roundtable

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Five major points emerged from last week’s meeting of the Headteachers’ Roundtable, a group of heads who first met on twitter and share a concern about what’s happening in education.

The five points are:

• Major change should be separated from party politics;

• No child should be excluded from the qualifications system;

• Policy development should start with identifying what young adults should know, understand and be able to do;

• Curriculum design should come before assessment and accountability;

• The teaching profession should be centrally involved in shaping future reform.

For more information about the meeting read Fiona Millar’s account here.

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