The message from Ofsted’s application of its new framework so far confirms that you should do what’s right for your students, explains Tom Middlehurst, SSAT head of policy and public affairs
David Lammy, recently re-elected Labour MP for Tottenham, is the Patron of SSAT’s campaign for deep social justice.
Neville Beischer, co-headteacher, Wright Robinson College, explains the process and impact of leading by example at every level in the school
The panel discussion at the end of the conference’s first day examined the leadership needed to put social justice at the heart of education. In the chair was former school minister David Laws, executive chairman of the Education Policy Institute.
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Tom Middlehurst, Director of the National Conference, reflects on some of the ideas, strategies and practical suggestions heard during the two days of the conference
At the UK Safer Internet Centre we want all schools, youth groups and education settings to be part of the world’s biggest campaign to make the internet a safer and happier place.
SSAT’s first ever student roundtable discussion, on deep social justice, held on 6 November, was a lively affair, with plenty of interaction over the students’ passionately held opinions, as they debated the key issues of social justice.
Get a flavour of what you will experience at the ICC Birmingham in just a few days’ time. With school workshops, student performances, panel discussions and plenary speakers, don’t miss your opportunity to join us as we come together as a network and fight to put social justice at the heart of the education system.
In advance of his SSAT National Conference workshop session focused on principled leadership, Dan explains how his work designing SSAT’s leadership programmes has helped develop teachers and leaders and supported their career progression.
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.