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To ensure schools are spaces where our young people feel able to access the full range of opportunities theoretically open to them, we must directly and holistically tackle gender assumptions.
Research suggests the physical school environment can have an impact on pupils’ performance
Can we, as a team of middle leaders, suggest any ‘nudges’ that might help to ‘prod’ students to make better choices for themselves?
The response to the Prevent strategy has raised considerable debate about the extent to which schools and colleges should be involved in monitoring our diverse society
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