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.
Sarah Monsell, subject leader of art at Kingsford Community School, describes how a critical thinking approach can be applied across the school to improve attainment of the most able and standards for all pupils
Nilam Patel, mathematics curriculum leader at Canons High School, describes the improvements in progress as well as enjoyment and engagement resulting from personalised learning
Emma Stroud, English coordinator, Harris Academy South Norwood, responds to last month’s article by her colleague Alan Marshall-Hick.
With the pressures of content now feeling heavier than ever, does every moment in your lesson count? Corrine Settle writes.
Alex Galvin, Senior Education Lead, SSAT writes a preview to the exclusive member publication SSAT on Future Learning.
First in a series of three articles presenting highlights from discussions and debates hosted by SSAT relating to educational reform and policy-making.
Anne-Marie Duguid, SSAT Director of Education, writes… Now that’s over, no doubt the circular debates about education will continue, whatever the ‘winning’ manifesto proclaimed… the buzz words, the clichés, the bandwagons, the current panacea to get quick results… I’ve seen
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Marcus Orlovksy stresses the need to help young people understand why they should learn things