Seeing Bill Lucas on Saturday reminded me that I had done nothing very helpful with the learning gained from when he came and spoke to a group of Milton Keynes heads and deputies back in November last year. What follows are some pedagogical notes taken, handwritten actually, at the time and slightly tidied up. I didn’t get as far as typing… If you want them as a PDF, they are here, but otherwise, these photos may suffice. Bill’s original presentation is here.

Actually, it’s not true to say we have not used them effectively yet – they were a key component in our work on assessment and feedback in January.



About Huw Humphreys

I am a headteacher by profession, now working as an educational researcher, in the city of Milton Keynes, where I have been since April 2011. My work looks to make education effective for the whole child and keeps a distant relationship with the powers that be and their narrowing approach to education... but most of all I am looking to find out what it means to be both a follower of Jesus Christ and a passionate educator in the midst of an unsettled community. I am also a part time musician, amateur printmaker, part time linguist and lover of history and literature...committed both to freedom to learn and depth of learning for children. The views on this blog are all my own.

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