Tony Breslin asks if it is time to put spiritual, moral, social and cultural development at the heart of the school improvement agenda?

Amidst the flurry of reforms that have framed the education agenda, and the concerns of school governors for the past 25 years, one thing has tended to get lost: the purpose of schooling itself. Many of the organisational, curricular and assessment changes have produced positive outcomes, while the impact of others has been more contentious.

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