Alan Clarke

Managers, free yourselves

Delegating allows a manager to concentrate on important work and staff to grow.

Just take a walk

The concept of management by walking around will help you to know your school better, writes <b>Alan Clarke</b>.

Why schools underperform

From his observations of schools that do not make the grade, <b>Alan Clarke</b> has made a list of what went wrong.

Monitoring learner wellbeing and academic perfomance

<b>Alan Clarke</b> outlines the role of the class teacher/tutor.

Good governance matters

Now is a good time for schools to review the work of their school governing body and the ethical conduct of its members, writes <b>Alan Clarke</b>.

Facing up to the challenge of poor NSC results

<b>Alan Clarke</b> outlines ways to find out where schools are going wrong.

Planning for the year ahead

This exercise needs to be thought out well before the start of the new school year.

What happened to teacher training?

What has happened to teacher training and development? <b>Alan Clarke</b> assesses the direction it has taken.

The value of school sport

School sport, like other extra-curricular activities, is an important part of a child's education and it should not be possible to negotiate it away.

Best school? It’s the teachers who count

Teaching acumen, not pass rates, is what counts in a good school, writes <b>Alan Clarke</b>.

Make the grade

Teaching acumen, not pass rates, is what counts in a good school, writes <b>Alan Clarke</b>.

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