By Lesley Allwood, Headteacher, Winteringham Primary School, Lincolnshire Winteringham Primary School in rural Lincolnshire has introduced smart paperless planning and “write, reflect, mark" sequences during lessons to help reduce task-duplication, improve learning and help teachers have a better work-life balance.
Headteacher, Winteringham Primary School, Lincolnshire
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