SSAT’s Bill Watkin explores how primary school measures are changing and why and how we should review what is measured.
Jessica Nash, Head of Special Schools Network and SEN, writes… Ofsted released its Evaluation of local areas’ readiness for the implementation of the disability and special educational needs reforms on 17 December, along with Edward Timpson’s announcement of £31.7m further
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Detailed notes from SSAT’s Reform Discussion Dinner in November 2014.
SSAT discuss why the proposed College of Teaching needs complete autonomy for it to be meaningful and the possible scepticism surrounding the proposal.
A brief summary of the SSAT National Conference 2014 – The Learner. Includes videos of keynote presentations & free downloads.
SSAT’s response to the statement from government regarding a College of Teaching
Students drawn from across the SSAT network form a media team who will cover both days of the SSAT National Conference 2014. Here they reflect on their hopes for the conference.
What lessons can England learn from Finland’s hugely successful education system? Should they be applied to an English context at all?
Hanson Academy’s zero tolerance approach around uniform: the inside story and lessons learned from using the media as a mirror for the community
Liz Churton, Principal of Hanson Academy, gives the inside story of the recent media coverage surrounding the Academy’s uniform policy.
SSAT’s Head of Research, Tom Middlehurst, argues that students will never be sufficiently equipped for life without an improvement in assessment practices.