This chapter was published in the book entitled: Improving the Quality of Childhood in Europe · Volume 7 (pp. 75-89) Editors: Michiel Matthes, Lea Pulkkinen,Christopher Clouder, Belinda Heys Published by: Alliance for Childhood European Network Foundation, Brussels, Belgium · ISBN: 978-90-8229-092-9 © 2018 Alliance for 
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During November staff from Swansea University School of Education (SUSE) accompanied teachers from Wales on a study visit to Iceland.
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Three Tiers For Success A system designed to meet the needs of children as they grow and develop Research published by National Middle Schools’ Forum –  Nigel Wyatt January 2018 Introduction The first middle schools in this country opened in the late 1960s. Their numbers grew 
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Learning Together: Opening up learning in all-through schools Improving Scottish Education: A report by HMIE on inspection and review 2005-2008, HM Inspectorate of Education 2009. 2 Curriculum for Excellence: Building the Curriculum 5: A Framework for Assessment, The Scottish Government 2010. Research published by Her Majesty’s 
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The challenges andopportunities of leading andmanaging an all-age school Heidi Swidenbank, Vice Principal, West London Academy, Northolt Research published by Swidenbank, Heidi, National College for School Leadership (NCSL), corp creator. (2007) Introduction and methodology Four years ago I joined a senior team who were tasked 
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David Reynolds, Karl Napieralla, Joanna Parketny and Menna Jenkins Research published by School of Education at Swansea University. Background An ‘all-age’ also known as an ‘all-through’ school combines at least Primary and Secondary stage of education and at times also Nursery and Senior Phase within 
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