I am Headteacher at Churchill Academy in North Somerset. I am a teacher of English and Media Studies. I am passionately committed to state education, as blogged about here. I love teaching.

This blog is a place for me to reflect on aspects of my job, on education in general, to collect my thoughts and test them out on an audience of fellow professionals. The views are my own.

I also blog in my professional role as Head of Churchill – click here to visit The Headteacher’s Blog.

Much of this blog also follows this tweet of genius from Vic Goddard:

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5 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Chris,

    I follow you on twitter and have just seen your image of the progress flight path booklet that you have created. I have just ‘inherited’ data at my own school and this is exactly the type of thing I am looking it introduce. I am heading over to Stephen Tierney’s school which is where I completed my teacher training years ago, but it would be hugely appreciated if you could email me a copy of the the flight path booklet that you created. I would, of course, attribute it to you. My email is leewaring@hotmail.co.uk. I look forward to hearing from you
    Kind regards,

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  3. Hello Chris,

    I’m just getting round to reading up on a ton of posts on data & assessment & tracking etc. I too wondered if you could email me a copy of the flight path booklet that you created to look at.
    I have just taken on my first role as an assistant head (starting Sept 2015) and looking at what people are doing already and systems that work instead of reinventing the wheel. Any help, pointers would be much appreciated. Regards, Imran

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