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Reducing lesson planning workload for teachers: case studies

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Last updated on 12 March 2018
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Are there examples of schools that have reduced lesson planning workload? We feature case studies from 3 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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  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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