Tag: Jane Elsworth

‘Evidence in Education’ Conference Success

10 November 2017

It was a great pleasure to co-host with the Institute for Effective Education the autumn conference, ‘Evidence in Education: Northern Networks Making it Work‘, on the 20th of October, at the Berrick Saul building, at York University. We were delighted to have a great array of speakers focusing in on evidence-based and emerging networks like […]

Posted on: 10 November 2017
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What’s going on at Huntington Research School in 2017-18?

2 October 2017

As I write this it seems hard to believe that we have been a Research School for a full year and year two is already underway. What a privilege it has been to be able to meet and work with so many colleagues in schools who are passionate and focused upon improving outcomes for our […]

Posted on: 2 October 2017
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The New GCSEs: Bigger and Harder

31 March 2017

When we reach the end of this academic year I will have been a teacher of Geography for twenty years and a Subject Leader for 14 years. In those twenty years I have seen three overhauls of the GCSE curriculum, taught a range of different exam board specifications, from WJEC, OCR B, to Edexcel A […]

Author: Jane Elsworth
Posted on: 31 March 2017
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