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11 March 2015, London.
An opportunity for secondary school leaders to hear from a lead inspector and discover best practice in lesson observation.
17 March 2015, Coventry.
A free opportunity for science teachers and subject leaders from SSAT member schools to share practice.
28 April 2015, London.
A one-day conference for teachers and subject leads of computer science. Hosted in the brand-new Microsoft Classroom.
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Informed advice, innovative ideas, and insightful comments on the latest trends and developments in education.
By Justine McNeillie, SSAT’s Programme Coordinator for Accountability.
Top tips for analysing your data following the Wolf Review and the first entry rule.
A response to the DfE's consultation 'A world-class teaching profession'.
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