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Effective use of data in schools: a case study – a transcript

This post is the transcript of a presentation I gave to the Westminster Education Forum on the 5th February 2015. I have not corrected any punctuation or other errors.


Thank you. This is the part that where people who can’t spell the word Keven are doing presentations. I think there’s some research in that which might help people call Kevon or Keven, I look forward to seeing that and participating in that.


I was given 10 minutes to give a case study of the effective use of data in my school. I can’t do that in 10 minutes, anybody who wants it can feel free to come and visit Canons and we’ll give you that. What I thought I’d do and it was picked up on by Estelle Morris is, she talked about touchstones, principles, philosophies and what…

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