Do silent corridors improve student outcomes?
I believe everyone will agree on what we want in our schools; we need 'well-behaved' corridors, not necessarily 'silent' corridors.
The concept of 'silent corridors' is a contentious topic, more common in disadvantaged secondary Schools across England. There will be one or two good reasons for doing so, but the crux is whether or not outcomes improve.
The ability to switch on the mute button ...
When you are a teacher working with a large student population (~1,000+), with 75 to 125 teachers across the organisation, you can see why consistency