‘Those creating a senior phase curriculum should devise a model geared towards supporting a sustained positive destination for every pupil in their care, irrespective of ability or any other socio-economic factor… Some of the best work in education over the past three years has been at the hands of those leading the initiatives in programmes such as More Choices, More Chances and, now, 16+ Learning Choices.’

The quote above is taken from an article recently published in The TESS on 15th October (link below) written by Andrew Sutherland, Head of School in East Ayrshire. Interesting reading and a topic close to my heart (as this is my policy area!).

Full article can be found at… http://www.tes.co.uk/article.aspx?storycode=6060899


Posted by Lee Dunn

Academic Staff University of Glasgow and Author of Science Fiction

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