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Congratulations to The RJ Mitchell Primary School!

The RJ Mitchell Primary School, in Hornchurch, has been working in partnership with EdisonLearning since September 2007. Prior to 2005, The RJ Mitchell Primary School experienced a very unsettled period with threatened closure, dropping numbers and a very high turnover of children causing a barrier to achievement. In 2005, an Acting Head Teacher led the [...]

January 25th, 2017|

Postgraduate Certificate in School Improvement / Postgraduate Diploma in Education

EdisonLearning are delighted to announce the University of Derby’s post graduate Certificate/ Diploma  School Improvement. This has been designed with strands, subject and senior leaders in NAHT Aspire, Cooperative Challenge and EdisonLearning partner schools and will enable them to use their experience as the basis for study and accreditation. Click here to download more information. [...]

January 25th, 2017|

Congratulations to St Teresa’s!

St Teresa’s Catholic Primary is a single form entry school in north Bristol. It serves a diverse community, with 70% of the children having English as an additional language.  St Teresa’s has been working alongside EdisonLearning UK for approximately six years, first working with the Bristol Curriculum Network and then adding Quality Framework for Learning [...]

November 21st, 2016|

Continuing Partnership Conference

Delegates from our Continuing Partnership Conference in London experienced an amazing and inspiring day. With key messages from Sean Harford and "motivated speaker" Andy Cope. "another inspiring day from Edison!" - Mrs Ashley Crittenden, Headteacher, West Borough Primary School "Spreading the love this morning!" - Helen Longton-Howorth, Headteacher, Carden Primary School Sean [...]

October 21st, 2016|

Congratulations to St Mary’s Church of England Primary School in Burnham-on-Crouch

The recently published inspection report on St Mary’s C of E Primary in Burnham-on-Crouch in Essex tells a story of a school that has made strong progress in all areas since its last inspection in early 2014.  It commends the school’s leaders for the actions they have taken and the culture of ambition that has [...]

September 22nd, 2016|

Precision Pedagogy

Teaching the right thing in the right way to the right learners Precision Pedagogy is a research based approach that enables teachers to assess precisely, to identify effective strategies for learning, to break down objectives into smaller manageable steps and to systematically plan for the success of their learners. Precision Pedagogy is based on [...]

August 25th, 2016|

EdisonLearning release the Quality Framework for Leadership

The second of EdisonLearning’s suite of professional frameworks, the Quality Framework for Leadership (QFL) has now been released for schools in England and Wales. Building on the success and popularity of the Quality Framework for Learning and Teaching that now underpins the professional discussions between teachers in hundreds of schools across the country, the Quality [...]

August 18th, 2016|

EdisonLearning Launches Compass; tracking and planning success for learners

Tracking and planning success for learners School improvement specialists EdisonLearning have released Compass, a new approach to tracking pupil progress designed with classroom teachers at its heart. “Compass has been built on the core principle that ‘we assess in order to teach’”, said Director of Education Services, Dr Allan Sigston.  “Too often tracking tools [...]

August 17th, 2016|

“Employers don’t just value what people know: they value what they can do”

The latest Education and Skills Survey from the CBI and Pearson highlights once more the importance placed by employers on the development of young people’s personal and social capabilities. The report – the CBI’s ninth – provides a powerful endorsement for schools that have championed approaches such as EdisonLearning’s Learning and Life Skills which position [...]

August 10th, 2016|