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Reducing lesson planning workload for teachers: case studies

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updated on 30 June 2017
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Are there examples of schools that have reduced lesson planning workload? We feature case studies from four schools. We also point to strategies outlined in the DfE's workload challenge, and the Independent Teacher Workload Review Group's report on lesson planning.

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Contents

  1. 1 Carrying out long-term planning: primary academy in Islington
  2. 2 Using PPA time strategically: primary school in Ealing
  3. 3 Reducing written lesson plans: primary school in Knowsley
  4. 4 DfE guidance on reducing lesson planning workload

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