Connect, create, collaborate

The BlueSky community enables you to grow professionally through collaboration, internally and externally, on everything from experiences and ideas to hot topics and best practice.

The BlueSky community enables you to grow professionally through collaboration, internally and externally, on everything from experiences and ideas to hot topics and best practice.

A unique shared resource platform

Share your BlueSky profile and make yourself visible to colleagues in your own or other schools so you can work together in collaborative BlueSky projects. Record and evidence the impact of collaborations such as coaching, action research and professional learning communities.

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Here is just a flavour of the diverse projects currently active in BlueSky

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Mobile Learning

19 Members

What are you doing to achieve this? How are others using mobile learning to create an impact? Find out by joining: Using technology to develop and enhance teaching and learning as part of reflective practice. An action research project into current mobile usage and development.

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BlueSky Leadership Forum: Coaching

107 Members

Learn from others using BlueSky to support core practice, differing ways to support growth: Using BlueSky to support coaching in schools.

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Mindfulness

33 Members

Innovative practice explored and new experience shared: Introducing the practice of Mindfulness within a primary school. Hear from others who are already doing Mindfulness or thinking of starting it.

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Outstanding Tutoring

302 Members

Ideas, reflections and best practice: An area to share outstanding tutoring practice & discuss how to engage all students during tutor time.

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Encouraging independent learning

52 Members

Share, explore and learn from each other: How do we encourage independent learning/thinking? This could be in or out of the classroom?