Leeds Loves Reading - Advice, Tips and Tricks! Learning Beyond the Classroom with Literacy Inspired Outdoor Education Diminishing the Difference?

Leeds Loves Reading – Advice, Tips and Tricks!

Leeds loves reading If you are staying inside, have children, are working from home or would simply like to read more, we have a few ideas that will help you along the way. Happy reading! Scroll down for advice on reading, podcasts, children’s resources and more.   Books Reading books is a...
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Education and Covid 19

Firstly can I say thank you and well done to all of the school staff and leaders who have behaved with dedication, professionalism and love in extraordinary circumstances in the last week or so. These are unprecedented times and it has taken phenomenal leadership and bravery for schools to hold their communities...
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Leeds for Learning Blog

A place for education professionals from the Leeds Learning Community – and beyond – to share news, views and ideas around current educational hot topics.

Chief blogger is Phil Mellen, Deputy Director for Learning within Children and Families Directorate of Leeds City Council, who started teaching in 1994 and has a background in school leadership. Phil is joined by fellow bloggers from the LCC Learning Leadership team.

Join the conversation and help shape the dialogue that has a real impact on educational outcomes for children and young people. 

A price worth paying?

Since the launch of the ‘Behaviour Task Force’ last week there has been lots of debate in the education world...
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‘Pinball Kids’ Exclusions Event

Leeds will be hosting a national launch event for a new report from the RSA on Thursday 19th March at...
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Learning Beyond the Classroom with Literacy Inspired Outdoor Education

Leeds KS2 teacher and English specialist from Farsley Farfield Primary School Kate Heap blog post talks about the effectiveness of...
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