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Don’t miss Rachel Macfarlane’s webinar with the Chartered College of Teaching

June 16, 2021

Rachel will be speaking in the webinar 'What are the key priorities for all schools from September 2021' alongside Sameena Choudry and Dame Alison Peacock on the 6th July. In the webinar, they will talk about the core priorities that leaders and individual class teachers need to attend to in pursuit of greater equity through a range of practical strategies proven to work in schools.

​Find out more and register here.

In Obstetrics for Schools: A guide to eliminating failure and ensuring the safe delivery of all learners, Rachel Macfarlane presents a powerful manifesto for school leaders and teachers on how they can bridge the advantage gap and deliver positive outcomes for all pupils.

In most parts of the world, the death of a baby in childbirth is now a rare tragedy rather than a common occurrence – and it would be considered shocking for medical staff to accept a significant infant fatality rate. It’s also inconceivable that a hospital would have a successful delivery target much below 100%.

How could anything else be acceptable in this day and age?

Yet there is an expectation, and acceptance, of ‘baked in’ educational failure for around a third of 16-year-olds in UK schools each year. Such outcomes need addressing, and this book does just that. Find out more about the book here.


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