Robust evidence gives schools the chance to reduce teacher workloads at the same time as improving children's attainment. Shaun Allison, deputy headteacher of Durrington High School, writes about how his school is making use of evidence to give teachers more time to plan for lessons.
Shaun Allison is the Director of Durrington Research School and Deputy Head at Durrington High School.
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