Thursday 23 November, 2017
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Tony Parkin

Tony Parkin

I believe that I was among a significant minority who were recently unsurprised to read that an Ofsted inspector, Mr Marshall, had been given his marching orders for reusing comments. Some of his pithy remarks in the reports of the schools he was asked to assess had turned up in the verdicts of more than one school. ‘Cut and paste assessment’, as the Daily Mail and other media channels trumpeted; who’d have thought it?

Sal McKeown

Sal McKeown

Sal McKeown is a writer and freelance journalist specialising in education. Sal has taught in schools and colleges, supporting students with the full range of learning needs from sensory disabilities to mental health issues and autism, but is probably best known for her work on dyslexia. Here, Sal continues her monthly blog series for bee-it...

tony parkin

So last Wednesday was the official No Pens Wednesday’, a joyous occasion which I’m sure was successfully celebrated in schools up and down the land, though I’m equally sure it passed many others by completely.

Sal McKeown

Sal McKeown

Sal McKeown is a writer and freelance journalist specialising in education. Sal has taught in schools and colleges, supporting students with the full range of learning needs from sensory disabilities to mental health issues and autism, but is probably best known for her work on dyslexia. Here, Sal continues her monthly blog series for bee-it...

Sal McKeown

Sal McKeown

Sal McKeown is a writer and freelance journalist specialising in education. Sal has taught in schools and colleges, supporting students with the full range of learning needs from sensory disabilities to mental health issues and autism, but is probably best known for her work on dyslexia. Here, Sal continues her monthly blog series for bee-it...

Sal McKeown

Sal McKeown

Sal McKeown
is a writer and freelance journalist specialising in education. Sal has taught in schools and colleges, supporting students with the full range of learning needs from sensory disabilities to mental health issues and autism, but is probably best known for her work on dyslexia. Here, Sal writes her very first blog for bee-it...