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Reducing teacher workload

We are working to remove unnecessary workload for teachers and leaders, so they can focus on teaching and their own development.

The articles are written by education professionals and show how they are reducing workload in their own settings.

Smart planning and marking to focus on learning - not paper pushing

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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.