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10 Jun 2021
The cancellation of exams for a second year running has not only exposed the government’s lack of proper contingency plans for problems that were entirely foreseeable.
05 Jun 2021
Although few would argue that many students need extra support and catch-up programmes to make up for the education lost during to the pandemic.
28 May 2021
There are lots of things that contribute to somebody being a great teacher. Two teachers can be quite different as professionals but equally effective in the classroom.
24 May 2021
The new Initial Teacher Training ITT Core Content Framework and other changes to the teacher training curriculum have been introduced with three clear aims in mind: to help newly qualified teachers to be better teachers.
17 May 2021
Deciding to go for a teaching promotion is a big step. Of course, you never know for sure when it is the right time to take the plunge.
09 May 2021
It sounds familiar, cliché even. School is boring. Teachers are slave drivers. The school curriculum does not reflect what is really out there.
21 Apr 2021
Poor eating habits has led children in the United Kingdom to become overweight or clinically obese. Obesity also increases the students’ risk for diabetes and other health conditions.
09 Apr 2021
Ofsted published a briefing paper in December 2020 on special educational needs and disabilities provision, after gathering evidence from leaders and practitioners in education, health and social care.
28 Mar 2021
The attainment gap has been brought sharply back into focus because of the COVD-pandemic. Many have voiced concerns about the effect the disruption to schooling has had on all pupils, but especially those from more disadvantaged backgrounds.
21 Mar 2021
The re-opening of schools may well be imminent, but it is highly likely that remote teaching will remain a part of the ‘new normal’ of education.