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CPD: Building a culture of collaboration that sticks

When it comes to professional development, how can school leaders build meaningful and impactful collaboration? Concettina Johnson offers some questions for reflection, examples and tips


Teachers deserve more. More access, more time, more development to be able to securely analyse and meet the needs of their pupils in all contexts. Students equally deserve to be taught in a way that continually and effectively meets their needs.

Over the past two years, schools across the country have faced ever-changing challenges and complexities that have meant rapidly adapting their approaches to teaching, learning and professional development. These new challenges have required schools to reshape their day-to-day activities for remote settings that do not naturally complement collaborative working. So, what do leaders need to consider to get collaboration right?


Collaboration and student attainment

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