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Kay, Peter

Peter Kay is a Principal Lecturer at the University of Sunderland. His areas of specialism are in Music, Assessment and Creativity. Number of resources (2)

# This paper explores the role of the initial teacher training co-ordinator in secondary schools within the Sheffield Hallam University Partnership. From this we can draw some interesting lessons for initial teacher training partnerships in a range of contexts, not only relating to the role of the training co-ordinator, but for the management and quality assurance of initial teacher training within...
# This 30 minute Teachers TV programme is a case study of George Green Secondary School, an inner city secondary school in the East End of London. It gives a clear and focussed example of how the extended schools programme, promoted through the Every Child Matters agenda, is realised in this school.