Our regular series of articles where we share the thoughts of SSAT members on national developments happening in education at the moment.
Welcome to the first in a regular series of articles where we share the thoughts of SSAT members on national developments happening in education at the moment. This week, our members offer their views on teacher assessments and the idea
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Maria Brosnan, founder of Pursuit Wellbeing and author of The Pursuit of Sleep for Teachers explains why sleep must be prioritised to help reduce stress levels and improve wellbeing
Sylvia King, Senior Education Lead at SSAT, unpicks the recent announcements of the consultations on awarding grades in 2021, following the cancellation of exams
Sylvia King, Senior Education Lead at SSAT, explores the distinctions between these different methods of learning and explains why she agrees with Ofsted’s suggestion that ‘keeping it simple’ can lead to the best outcome
Alex Galvin, Senior Education Lead at SSAT, reflects on the announcement that teacher assessments will replace this year’s examinations; Alex also outlines the principles she believes should be considered when forming a plan that shapes and delivers assessment in order to provide a meaningful and fair judgement.
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.
Paul Silvester, headteacher at Newman Community Special School, describes the comprehensive programme introduced in the school designed to enable their students to achieve success.
Sue Williamson, Chief Executive of SSAT, responds to Education Secretary Gavin Williamson’s announcement on 2021’s GCSE, AS- and A-level exams
In conversation with Teach Secondary, Dan Belcher, Senior Education Lead at SSAT, who oversees the design and delivery of our leadership development programmes, explains how SSAT can help you to unlock your school’s latent leadership talent