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EES for Schools Supports Award that Recognises Pupil Library Assistants

- Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Sally is the School Library Service manager for EES for Schools. She has worked in primary school and public libraries for 17 years and as a children’s book reviewer. She is a chartered librarian, a member of the Association of Senior Children’s and Education Librarians and has been a board member of the School Library Association. Here Sally celebrates the value of the pupil library assistant.  
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Summer Term Surprises

- Tuesday, May 02, 2017

Stephen Leatherdale is a Target Tracker helpline and support officer for EES for Schools. Stephen has worked in the education industry for 25 years and has experience in teaching and leadership in primary schools. Stephen shares his memories of the summer term, and the opportunity to keep an eye out for the pupils who may be unexpectedly grabbing your attention!

 
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The Recurring Cycle of Teaching Trends

- Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Cathryn Howes is the lead adviser for commissioned programmes and partnerships for EES for Schools. Cathryn has over 16 years’ experience in education, she is a nationally accredited school improvement consultant; affiliated with the Institute of Education and is trained as an assesser of the Basic Quality Mark. Her expertise is in English, especially the implementation of the 'Talk for Writing programme'.  
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Target Tracker Link: Synchronising Assessments and Learning Journeys

- Tuesday, February 07, 2017

Kelly Gleed is a business development manager for EES for Schools. Kelly has worked across education and childcare for nine years as a nursery nurse, class teacher and a foundation stage leader. With a wealth of knowledge behind her, Kelly has numerous insights into the wonderful (but often confusing!) world of teaching. Here, Kelly talks about how Target Tracker can now be used to synchronise assessments and learning journeys…  
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Influence the Inference

- Thursday, December 01, 2016

Stephen Leatherdale is a Target Tracker helpline and support officer for EES for Schools. Stephen has worked in the education industry for 25 years and has experience in teaching and leadership in primary schools, where he was also responsible for staff wellbeing. Stephen shares his experiences of teaching inference, and some tips on how to make the process easier.  
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25 Years of School Support

- Thursday, October 06, 2016

Stephen Nunn is the Interim Head of School Services at EES for Schools. Stephen has 38 years’ experience in providing services to schools, particularly in the field of people management. He chairs various strategic educational groups and is a guest speaker on school leadership training and development sessions.
 
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The Lesson Study Project

- Monday, September 26, 2016

Louise Colledge is an education adviser for Teaching and Learning at EES for Schools. In previous roles, Louise has experience of working in primary schools as a subject leader, senior teacher and member of the senior leadership team, specialising in mathematics, including numicon, and vast experience in supporting teachers across the field.
 
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The Mindset Approach

- Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Carla Ryan-Amey is the lead education adviser in the field of Mindset at EES for Schools. A primary teacher for over 20 years, Carla specialises in supporting schools to develop teaching and learning, curriculum and subject leadership. More recently, Carla has developed a Mindset approach to assist teachers in engaging with different mindsets. Here, Carla answers questions about our approach to Mindset and gives us some background on this hot topic…  
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The Thirty Names Memory Game

- Tuesday, September 06, 2016

Stephen Leatherdale is a Target Tracker helpline and support officer for EES for Schools. Stephen has worked in the education industry for 25 years and has experience in teaching and leadership in primary schools, where he was also responsible for staff wellbeing. With his wealth of experience, Stephen shares his tips for learning your pupils’ names during the first few weeks of term.  
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Me, Myself and the Summer Holidays

- Friday, July 29, 2016

Stephen Leatherdale is a Target Tracker helpline and support officer for EES for Schools. Stephen has worked in the education industry for 25 years and has experience in teaching and leadership in primary schools, where he was also responsible for staff wellbeing. With his wealth of experience, Stephen talks to us about the importance of FINALLY taking it easy!  
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