I’m writing my blog a day earlier than usual to give you my perspective on the Panorama programme that aired last night on the BBC.
To say that I was shocked wouldn’t be accurate.
That’s how we do it in Oldham!!
I’ve had the absolute privilege of spending 4 days with the most amazing group of people.
It’s official – Hawthorns is outstanding (again).
Well, what a week. I’m sitting at my desk at 4.45pm on a Friday still reeling from events.
Welcome back everyone. I really hope you all had an amazing break.
We are now moving into our busiest term.
I’ve had a week of particularly mixed emotions.
Earlier in the week I was left reeling from (yet another) BBC Panorama investigation into two multi academy trusts.
Another week passes.
On Tuesday I spent the afternoon with Professor Barry Carpenter. Barry has just written a new book, ‘Girls and Autism’ (click here for details).
I’ve spent quite an amount of time this week working alongside colleagues from Ofsted.
This week I have spent time working alongside our colleagues in the Tameside Pupil Referral Service.
A few months ago our trust was approached to explore the value of joint working.
Welcome back everyone – I hope you all had a great break over half term.
Last week and this week a number of staff spent a few days exploring the issue of culture.