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Michael Fielding
www.michaelfielding.co.uk

The work of Michael Fielding committed to exploring and advancing the democratic community school. Throughout his career as a teacher and lecturer Michael has been committed to radical reforms that have the student at the centre.


The National Association of Small Schools
www.smallschools.org.uk

The national association of small schools


Autens
www.autens.dk/english

Autens believes that learning should be joyful, meaningful, personalised and co-created – and that learning spaces should encourage a sense of belonging, invite creativity of all kinds and embrace children as they are – a true 'third teacher'


Progressway
www.progressway.eu

A charity set up to develop and promote the PROGRESS model of service improvement and accountability for public services. This is a way of enabling organisations to focus on the real needs of all service users, rather than pursuing targets that are only proxy indicators of those needs.


effe (European Forum for Freedom in Education)
www.effe-eu.org

effe campaigns for the protection of human rights and for the promotion of educational diversity in order to meet the needs of individuals. Schools should educate responsible, free-thinking and creative individuals who will shape the society of the future through their active participation in it.


Sir William Burrough Primary School
www.sirwilliamburrough.net

A primary school serving the local communities of Tower Hamlets, east London. See aspects of the school that resonate with HSE beliefs and practice in the case studies section


Stanley Park High School
www.stanleyparkhigh.org.uk

An 11-19 school serving students the Borough of Sutton, south London. See aspects of the school that resonate with HSE beliefs and practice in the case studies section


St. Nicholas School
www.st-nicholas.kent.sch.uk

A community day school providing education for children and young adults who have profound severe & complex learning difficulties. See aspects of the school that resonate with HSE beliefs and practice in case studies section


Reggio Emilia Approach
www.reggiochildren.it

The Reggio Emilia Approach is an educational philosophy based on the image of the child, and of human beings, as possessing strong potentials for development and as a subject of rights who learns and grows in the relationships with others.


Relational Eduction and Dr Rob Loe
www.relationalschools.org

At the Relational Schools Project it is believed that good relationships make for outstanding education. That is why they are committed to working with schools, academics and policy makers to help improve the key stakeholder relationships and raise the overall standard of education.


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