Laura Burton explores what meaningful pupil voice is, and the importance of clear leadership when developing systems and approaches in a primary school to maximise the impact on the development of the whole child.
Throughout Black History Month in October we signposted events, resources and activities for your school community to refer to and use to shine the spotlight on the contributions of black people and our shared history.
In the autumn term the fourth cohort of teachers will embark on their SSAT Leadership Legacy journey. This article shares the vision developed during the year by two Leadership Legacy Fellows from cohort 3 and gives an insight into the difference their think piece projects have made to their practice and the next steps they are planning.
As this year’s round of open day and evening events begin, SSAT’s Head of Primary Networks Laura Burton reviews some of the research and literature on transition and talks to the transition team at Eltham Hill School about the transition journey for students at their school.
In his latest policy webinar, Tom Middlehurst, Head of Policy and Public Affairs at SSAT, covers: National figures for A-level submissions, likely outcomes for results day, results day – key processes including appeals, and more.
Following the announcement that all students are expected to return to school in September, Pauline Holbrook, Head of SEND at SSAT, considers how Solution Circles could support the development of COVID-19 safe working practices and personalised solutions to meet the Read in full