Secondary school leaders often ask how crucial their Ebacc entry rate will be when Ofsted inspectors make their overall judgement for the quality of education.
SSAT’s CEO Sue Williamson shares her positive outlook for 2022, and why we will continue to fight for deep social justice, for all children and young people.
On 2 December, SSAT enjoyed an evening in conversation with Stephen Tierney to discuss the launch of his third book “Leadership: Being, Knowing, Doing.”
Over the course of the summer term of 2021, a series of online events brought together leaders from all phases across the country and further afield. Angelina Idun, Director at SSAT writes.
A journal article by Danielle Egonu. Temple Hill Primary Academy has been developing a provision to support the most challenging pupils who face complex social, emotional and behavioural needs.
In this think piece Tom Etheridge, City of Norwich School, details the new roles created within the school in order to support their students to improve their academic outcomes.
Due to the success of SSAT’s Embedding Formative Assessment (EFA) programme with the support of the Education Endowment Foundation we are looking to expand our EFA Mentor team.
Advances in technology in the classroom and collaboration across schools have been highlighted by The Cam Academy Trust’s CEO as key developments as it marks its first decade.
CEO Sue Williamson shares the achievements of Professor David Hargreaves who has received the Lord David Puttnam award for Lifetime Achievement at the National Teaching Awards
In this think piece Jenny Hatherley from The Green School for boys considers why we teach, what our vision is for learners and what we value in education.