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Oxford Owl: One year subscription

Essential support for school improvement

Suitable for:  Head teachers Senior school leaders Middle leaders Classroom teachers Governors

Price:  £499.00 +VAT/year
Subscription period: 1 year

ISBN: 978-0-19-830867-6
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Description

Oxford Owl membership gives every member of staff access to a powerful range of school improvement support in one place with simple sign-on. Every part of Oxford Owl is carefully designed to work together. By becoming a member you will create a powerful vision amongst your staff to ensure a cycle of improvement is embedded throughout the school.


Features

  • The benefits of Oxford Owl membership:
  • School Improvement Pathways: a unique four-step systematic whole-school process to address key issues. Built by a team of experts, Pathways will embed a culture of sustainable improvement in your school with flexible tools, resources and online CPD.
  • Professional Development and Best Practice: Find a growing, constantly updated, library of advice from independent experts and teachers, including films, case-studies and practical reports, with links to professional development training and consultancy.
  • Teaching and Assessment Resources: Discover great tools and resources to help with planning, teaching and assessment covering English, mathematics and foreign languages - so you can deliver great lessons every day.
  • eBooks: Find a fantastic library of eBooks fully searchable by age, genre, series, book band and Oxford Level - ensuring every child can read the perfect book - both at school and at home.
  • Online Learning: Inspire your children with exciting online learning and see great results!
This page was last updated on 03 September 2015 at 04:00 GMT

Reviews

  • 'If you want to up-skill your staff then this is the place to go' - John Dabell, Teach Primary
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