At the heart of this year’s conference is a conviction that schools should always do what’s right for young people.
Carole Spiers outlines the many stressors facing young people and suggests some ways teachers and school leaders can help them cope.
Tom Middlehurst, head of policy and public affairs, gives SSAT’s response to the Budget 2018.
Today twelve organisations, including SSAT, have written to the chancellor asking him to raise the rate for sixth form funding, cuts to which have been even harsher than elsewhere in school budgets.
Alan Marshall-Hick, deputy coordinator for humanities and history subject lead, Harris Academy South Norwood writes.
Carley Sefton, CEO of Learning through Landscapes, explains why she wants schools to swap their desks for the outdoors on Thursday 1 November writes.
Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice-Chancellor, The University of Buckingham writes.
Katie Ray, English teacher, Prospect School, describes their use of a particular poem to create excitement about English and an experience of success.
Emily Robinson, Y7 head, Simon Balle All-through School, describes the outcomes of their efforts to give students, parents and teachers a positive start to the secondary phase.
Snapshot of Priya Lakhani’s upcoming presentation at SSAT National Conference 2018 in Birmingham this December.