CENTURY Tech founder Priya Lakhani provided comprehensive insight on her learning resource platform at SSAT’s National Conference in December. Her main stage presentation highlighted aspects such as artificial intelligence, neuroscience and learning science.
Austerity is to blame for students’ inability to succeed, according to SSAT’s CEO, Sue Williamson. Cuts in school funding and resources and lack of communication between staff and students are harming young people at an increasingly alarming rate, highlighting severe issues in social justice as a whole.
Corinne Settle, Senior Education Lead for SSAT, talks about achieving #BalanceforBetter in her career and daily life in celebration of International Women’s Day.
As the parents of 3.5 million pupils receive cry-for-help letters from schools on the growing perils of lack of funding, SSAT’s Head of Policy and Public Affairs Tom Middlehurst navigates through the uncertainties of social justice this situation presents.
The more effectively schools communicate with parents, the better off pupils will be. Parental engagement expert and author Dr Kathy Weston highlights the ways in which schools’ engagement with parents impacts learning outcomes for students.
The rewarding career of an RM as told by Ejike Agubor, senior relationship manager at SSAT. Ejike reflects on his involvement in developing supporting member schools alongside fellow RMs, and the incredible opportunity to identify something special with every school he works with.
This week, SSAT’s latest publication, On Curriculum, explores the highly-anticipated curriculum revival that many schools and MATs are immersing themselves in. Head teachers and senior leaders weigh in on the revamping of curriculum over the past year.
Whether it is meant to be a force to be reckoned with as a society or a protest-inducing phenomenon, the complexities of Brexit should be more effectively communicated. Amand Menon, Director of The UK in a Changing Europe, emphasises why schools should be teaching their students about all things Brexit.
Amanda Spielman debunks inspection myths and advocates for professional judgements in the interest of students during her main stage presentation at the SSAT National Conference 2018.
Lyndsey Morgan, lead practitioner for literacy, Drapers’ Academy, describes their successful approach, which involves colleagues and students as well as outsider expertise in decision making and implementation.