Bill Watkin responds to a recent New Schools Network report on the teaching of the three Rs in primary schools.
At SSAT’s National Conference 2014, Charles Leadbeater highlighted a number of key features that must characterise schooling in the future.
Essa Academy, Bolton, gives students real-life experiences based on their interests and levels of achievement, to foster their drive to succeed.
In a fourth blog about the ‘Ebacc for all’ issue, Bill Watkin suggests that there has been a slight shift in the government’s approach.
Smestow School saw assessing without levels as an exciting opportunity, but its new Y7 intakes were offering increased (though welcome) challenges…
We recap Sugata Mitra’s keynote speech at the SSAT National Conference 2014. In it, with the help of students, he explores his school in the cloud project.
Speech by Sue Williamson on Confident and Courageous Leadership, Leading Edge Conference, October 2015
I was fortunate to work with David Hargreaves on personalising learning and system redesign. He was very scornful when anyone used descriptors for leadership. His belief is that leadership is leadership, and he would say that, of course, leaders will
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Senior Education Lead Sylvia King highlights the positive influence on your current students of former students who have become apprentices.
A brief look at the ways in which Westminster Academy used their Pupil Premium funding.
Head of PR Tom Middlehurst argues the case for treating young people as individuals to achieve true quality and equity within our education system.