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Reducing School Exclusions: Schools Week highlights our recommendations

Our recent submission to Parliament’s Education Select Committee’s enquiry on school exclusions was highlighted in Schools Week. Vulnerable pupils can be difficult to support in mainstream schools and too often schools feel they have little alternative but to exclude them, particularly at times when waiting lists for mental health referrals can stretch to 18 months. …

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LKMco Senior Associates embark on Clore’s Emerging Leader Youth Programme 2018

We are delighted to announce that LKMco Senior Associates Eleanor Bernardes and Will Millard will join twenty-seven other leaders from the UK youth sector on this year’s prestigious Clore Social Leadership’s Emerging Youth Leader Programme. This immersive six-month leadership programme was designed to meet the needs of the sector by cultivating a pipeline of resilient …

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LKMco welcomes DfE’s announcement of new teaching internships

LKMco welcomes the Department for Education’s announcement today of new teaching internships for undergraduates in their last year at university. The announcement provides an evidence-based response to the finding in LKMco and Pearson’s 2015 report “Why Teach?” that ‘accidental’ entry to the teaching profession was surprisingly common. The report described accidental entries as examples of becoming ‘hooked …

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How can assessment underpin, not undermine, great teaching?

The publication of our ground breaking vision for how assessment can better support great teaching,  ‘Testing the Water’  has prompted widespread discussion in the media. In the run up to publication TES published a comment piece from Mary Bousted, joint general secretary of the National Education Union, arguing that assessment needs to become a tool not …

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