Bacc to the Drawing Board: Reflections from Flick Drummond MP

Prioritising mental health

Taking inspiration from other baccalaureate models

Embracing lifelong learning

Evaluation must be rigorous

Flick Drummond is MP for Meon Valley. She is member of the Commons Education Select Committee, Public Accounts Committee and co-chair of the Schools, Learning, and Assessment All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG).
This blog was originally posted by the Edge Foundation on Bacc to the Drawing Board: Reflections from Flick Drummond MP | Edge Foundation

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