Ann McCall and Julie Haigh of Batley Girls’ High School give insight into their co-headship model ahead of their presentation at the Achievement Show 2015.
A major new survey carried out by the Claim Your College coalition reveals that 80% of respondents surveyed viewed the ambitions of the College of Teaching, a new independent chartered professional body for the teaching profession, as valuable. The new
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The College of Teaching has today (20.05.15) launched its recruitment drive for the appointment of 13 founding trustees. Find out more & get involved!
Guest blogger & Director of Secondary at NCETM Robert Wilne argues that pupils need the deep understanding of knowing why an algorithm works, not just that it is.
A 25-year vision for education, authored by members of SSAT’s Vision 2040 group. Free to download.
SSAT’s Student Consultant Evie Davies reports from a stakeholder meeting of the Young Carers in School Programme.
Can today’s sponsored academies hope to emulate the achievements of the early pioneers, the first academies?
Can a new wave of Sponsored Academies emulate the success of the original Academies? SSAT Operational Director Bill Watkin investigates.
Paul Stock, iNet Wales Programme Coordinator, summaries the main arguments & recommendations put forward by the Furlong Report. Free to download.
The Claim Your College campaign has welcomed today’s announcement by the Secretary of State for Education, Nicky Morgan and Schools Minister, David Laws, of “no strings” financial support following its A world-class teaching profession consultation to help accelerate the start-up
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