We are delighted to announce that the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) has agreed to support SSAT with scaling up the Embedding Formative Assessment programme in schools throughout England.
Assistant headteacher Senaka Galagedera describes the school’s methodical approach to the programme, and its benefits.
Nina Jackson, Associate Director, Independent Thinking, expresses the importance of creativity, curiosity and compassion in the classroom on mental wellbeing, which she will explore further at SSAT’s National Conference next month.
In advance of Anti-Bullying Week (11-15 November), Diana Whistance-Smith, SSAT, explores Anti-Bullying Alliance’s Change Starts With Us report released this week.
Stephen Tierney, CEO, Blessed Edward Bamber Catholic Multi Academy Trust, describes how their young people have been empowered to become masters of their own destiny.
“Closing the attainment gap requires dealing with inequalities outside school as well as those inside”
Lee Elliot Major OBE, Professor of Social Mobility, University of Exeter, highlights the peaks and pitfalls of social mobility in schools, gearing up to his presentation at SSAT’s National Conference next month.
In advance of his presentation at the SSAT National Conference next month, Martyn Reah, Deputy Head at Eggar’s School, explains the #teacher5aday philosophy implemented within his school.
Sarah Jones, principal at Tavistock College, describes how they have tackled the challenges facing the local community: austerity, increasing drug-related issues and social media bullying.
Manpreet Kaur, English teacher at The Romsey School, explains how SSAT’s Student Leadership Accreditation scheme is being used to support disadvantaged students.
Nick Whittaker, HMI specialist adviser for SEND, led a roundtable discussion addressing ongoing changes and challenges in special schools and how leaders can cope. Diana Whistance-Smith reports