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NSN Blog: free school voice

NSN Director Luke Tryl wrote a piece for TES on why there should be an AP free school wave.
Chris Woolf is Headteacher at Pinner High School, a secondary free school in Harrow.
This blog was written by Hannah Jackson, an Adviser, for non-executive directors and those involved with mutli-academy trusts that have worked with NSN through the Academy Ambassadors Programme.

On Monday 11th March, NSN Associate John Godfrey spoke at a Westminster Education Forum seminar on ‘Building new schools in England and meeting the demand for school places’, including sessions rangin...

Before attending Driving success in special free schools, organised by NSN in partnership with the National Association of Independent Schools & Non-Maintained Special Schools (NASS), I believed I...

On Tuesday 12th February, Elliott Hudson College (EHC) in Leeds hosted a Spotlight visit for open and approved free school leaders....

Last week Deputy Head of Advisory Services, Jennifer Gifford, spoke at a Westminster Education Forum event on improving educational attainment and social mobility....

As the debate over GCSEs was brought to the fore this week, our blog looks at the curriculum decisions taken by free schools and how they perform at GCSE.