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Ross Morrison McGill @TeacherToolkit -“ the UK's most followed educator on social media, who writes at
-‹None will argue that our teachers must be coherent in curriculum intent, leading at the forefront of their subject's implementation and design - yet, credible and creative methods for teaching are the first casualties when external forces unpick the hard work a teacher spends years developing in order to become qualified and knowledgeable.

-‹Once qualified, a teacher's curriculum thinking should be honed by regular and a professional dialogue with their colleagues and their peers in other schools - and should be supported by curriculum models, examination boards, resources and school funding, each made difficult if a lack of quality professional development gives our teachers insufficient long-term support to implement those plans.

-‹The credibility of our national curriculum depends on the expertise of our teachers - in A Curriculum of Hope, Debra Kidd provides much-needed professional guidance. She motivates educators to seek empowerment and articulates a coherent strategy for teachers and school leaders to bring the curriculum to life in their classrooms and schools.

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