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Wednesday 10th May 2017

Zareen is a sixth form student at Ark Globe Academy. She's also a poet, who helped found a youth poetry collective at her school and has performed at spoken word poetry “slams” on stages large and small in both the UK and the USA. Recently, she became the first Globe student to receive an offer from Oxbridge. 

Wednesday 3rd May 2017

Bradley Busch is an HCPC registered Psychologist. He is a partner at InnerDrive, developing student mindsets in schools and designing and delivering teacher CPD.

Thursday 27th April 2017

Last month, Ark Conway Primary Academy in Hammersmith was awarded Gold in Mind’s Workplace Wellbeing Index, which recognises excellence in commitment to staff wellbeing.

Friday 21st April 2017

In our previous blogposts we discussed how great results can be achieved through informed action, which depends on insightful analysis based on accurate data. At Ark, our goal is to minimise the time spent on data collection and analysis, leaving more time for action.

Wednesday 19th April 2017

Before Burlington Danes became the first Ark school in 2006, it was one of the worst performing schools in London; now, it’s considered one of the best. Michael Ribton joined the school’s leadership team in 2008 and following Dame Sally Coates, became Principal in 2014. Here he talks about the school's history and eventual transformation. 

Monday 3rd April 2017

In our previous blog post, we discussed how great results can be achieved through informed action, which depends on insightful analysis based on accurate data. At Ark, our goal is to minimise the time spent on data collection and analysis, leaving more time for action.

Gail Peyton
Tuesday 28th March 2017

Gail Peyton is Ark’s Regional Director for primary schools in Birmingham. In this blog post, she discusses school leadership and how her own personal experiences helped form her leadership style.

Reducing teacher workload
Monday 20th March 2017

At Ark, we believe that great results are achieved when informed action is taken by school leaders and teachers – as well as students and their parents. We also believe that these actions should be informed by insightful analysis, which is only possible when we have accurate data.
 

Uganda
Tuesday 14th March 2017

James O'Donoghue works for the Ark Education Partnerships Group, leading on work in Uganda with the Ugandan government and UK Department for International Development on school accountability and public-private partnership research and reforms

Josh MacAlister
Wednesday 1st February 2017

Josh MacAlister is the Chief Executive at Frontline. A former teacher, he taught in secondary schools across Greater Manchester and was a head of department before leaving the profession to set up Frontline. As the charity releases its first annual report, Josh reflects on the situation facing social workers today and the challenges ahead for his team.

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