Inside a middle leader’s brain

This is interesting. The Key has published a list of the most popular questions middle leaders are asking right now!

Do you have a summary of the SEND Code of Practice (2014)?
Assessment without levels: what does it mean for schools?
What are the main changes in education in 2014/15?
What must schools publish on their websites?
What changes to inspection came into force in 2014?
Are there any SEN policies that comply with the 2014 Code of Practice?
Is there a checklist for observing lessons in line with the Ofsted framework?
How should we set appraisal targets relating to pupil progress?
Do you have a learning walk proforma based on the Ofsted framework?
Assessment without levels: how are primary schools responding?

Key insights

NAHT-edge-logoThe full version of this article featured on the NAHT Edge blog on 12 January.

Following the popularity of our “brain charts” showing the share of article views for headteachers, deputy heads and governors, we’ve looked to see how the focus of middle leaders differs.


Of all the roles we’ve taken our data scalpel to, middle leaders have the most even spread of attention across the five areas of support available on The Key for School Leaders.

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