Supporting school improvement

Mary Myatt spends time in schools talking to pupils, teachers and leaders about learning, leadership and the curriculum. She maintains that there are no quick fixes and that great outcomes for pupils are not achieved through tick boxes. She is working with senior leaders on the link between educational values and high standards.

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Latest books

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Hopeful Schools

'Hopeful Schools' is a breath of fresh air and reminds you 'why' we do 'what' we do, whilst making you think 'how' we go about it.

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14 May 2017

#LearningFirst Chester

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12 Apr 2017

Why it’s unhelpful to put limits on children’s learning

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03 Mar 2017

The ethic of everybody

‘Inclusive, good-quality education is a foundation for dynamic and equitable societies.’   Desmond Tutu  

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30 Dec 2016

You never know the good you do...

‘I believe that every human mind feels pleasure in doing good to another.’  Thomas Jefferson There’s an assumption that we need to have hard evidence

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19 Nov 2017

RT @honeypisquared: My (slightly) mathematical homage to Mark Forsyth’s ‘The Etymologicon’ https://t.co/nVsxlBUuUD @jemmaths @solvemymaths

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19 Nov 2017

RT @MarkChater1: The @CommissionOnRE can take forward the six RE big ideas and proposals on professional development. @BBCR4Sunday @NATREup

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19 Nov 2017

RT @MarkChater1: RE curriculum situation 'incoherent', argues @RobFreathy, tho pockets of excellence @Ben_Wood_RE @NATREupdate @reonline_tw

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19 Nov 2017

@nicco_math @RISchools @BrilliantClub Great to work with you

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18 Nov 2017

@RREyre @RISchools @BrilliantClub Good to meet you Richard

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18 Nov 2017

RT @BrilliantClub: @MaryMyatt ‘we don’t let children opt out of reading or writing, so why should we let children opt of talking?’ The need…

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