FORUM Volume 62 (2020) Issue 3

ISSN 0963-8253

Contents

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What the Virus Taught

Editorial. What the Virus Taught, pages 305‑310
PATRICK YARKER Free to download

English Education in the Time of Coronavirus, pages 311‑322
DIANE REAY Free to download

The Resilience of Maintained Education in England in the Face of a Worldwide Pandemic, pages 323‑334
DENA EDEN

Thoughts on a Playful, Curiosity-Led Curriculum: a walk in Sheffield in May 2020, pages 335‑344
HILARY POVEY

Imagining a 'New Normal' Free from Judgement and Blame: creating sustainable partnerships with students and parents, pages 345‑352
JO BYRD

Levelling the Education Playing Field: involving parents to make the difference, pages 353‑360
FIONA CARNIE

Fear, Hope and Making the Best of It: reflections on working in initial teacher education under lockdown, pages 361‑370
HELEN TRELFORD

Where Do We Go from Here? A Postcard from France in the Grip of the Pandemic, pages 371‑372
PATRICIA FLORIET

Could This Be the End of Schools as We Know Them? Another Way Is Needed, pages 373‑378
PETER CANSELL, PIP MARPLES

The Centre Cannot Hold: primary teachers, educational purpose and the future, pages 379‑392
KATHRYN SPICKSLEY

Beyond the Tyranny of Testing: towards a relational orientation to educational evaluation, pages 393‑404
SCHERTO GILL

Recapturing the Castle: looking to the de-corporatisation of schools and a post-viral revival of educational values, pages 405‑422
NIGEL GANN

Neither Technicians nor Technocrats: pluralism and democratic accountability in schools, pages 423‑432
PETER KELLY

Ofsted: a problem in search of a solution, pages 433‑444
MARY BOUSTED

Reciprocal Responsibility: why teachers should be the people to inspect schools, pages 445‑454
CHRIS SMITH

When Their Only Tool is a Hammer: a school's traumatised parents take on Ofsted, pages 455‑468
RICHARD HOUSE, RICHARD BRINTON

'Children and Teachers All Felt He Was a Friend': the early years of Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Schools, 1837-70, pages 469‑476
ALAN PARR

The Real Reason Neo-liberalism Became Extinct: a curious educational history of 2020, pages 477‑488
JULIAN STERN

BOOK REVIEW: Pushing Back to Ofsted: safeguarding and the legitimacy of Ofsted's inspection judgements - a critical case study (Richard House), pages 489‑493
PATRICK YARKER

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