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12 July 2018

‹Featured within this issue of Teach Secondary are: 

David Didau - 'Without a strong base of sound knowledge as a starting point, children's natural curiosity can take them nowhere - or at least, nowhere really worth going...'

Vic Goddard - 'Good leaders will always work to protect staff from excess pressure - but no one can carry the full weight of our current accountability system alone'.

'Make the most of mistakes' find out what Jackie Beere has to say.

'Thrive' by Martha Boyne, Emily Clements and Ben Wright is included in the 'Youthscope - a source of support' section.


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