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Climbing the Mountain Part 3: Strengthening Our Foothold

Part 3: Finding footholds can be a challenge in the ever moving world of education and the day-to-day running of a school. If we are to climb the mountain, those first footholds need to firm, and ones we can all step up to. Part 1: Our journey as a high school in building a culture of high-performance

Using the SYCOL system to develop Home Learning at Egremont School

We started our SYCOL journey with Ioan and the SYCOL team towards the end of the 2014/15 with a whole staff meeting, which Ioan facilitated.

Climbing the Mountain Part 2: Moving on from Base Camp

Part 2: The ‘Sycol Lead Team’ has now been created; a mixture of senior staff, our headteacher and a couple of younger staff - passionate about being involved[:cy]Part 1: Our journey as a high school in building a culture of high-performance

Can Holacracy Work in Education?

Can schools, as traditionally top-down, command-and-control organisations, work with flat structures?

What Makes REAL Projects Golden (Part 2): The Why

Most inspirational leaders and organizations start from the inside out. They Start With Why.

What Makes REAL Projects Golden (Part 1): Introduction

Exploring the method and impact of Project Based Learning (PBL)

6 Keys for Fostering a Culture of Innovation

Despite the challenges, organisations that develop a culture of creative innovation are more likely to experience both longevity and success.

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