At SSAT’s National Conference 2014, Charles Leadbeater highlighted a number of key features that must characterise schooling in the future.
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.
We explore the best of the discussion from the SSAT Annual Lecture and Debate 2015.
An insight into the development of character, non-cognitive skills, mindfulness and well-being from at President Kennedy School, Coventry.
Sue Williamson recalls her recent visit to High Arcal School, Birmingham where thriving student leadership has enhanced learning in science.
What lessons can England learn from Finland’s hugely successful education system? Should they be applied to an English context at all?
Guest blog: Investing in a fairer future: what should be our priorities in the fight for social mobility?
David Thomas, Assistant Senior Leader at Westminster Academy, with an extended introduction to the SSAT Annual Lecture 2014 report.
Head of Innovation, Caroline Barlow, discusses innovation & how SSAT’s Redesigning Schooling campaign is the perfect platform for a new approach.
Sue Williamson argues that creativity is thriving in English schools – the challenge is to see it embedded in all schools.
Young people can help change the world but schools, HE, FE and employers must work together to ensure they are supported effectively. By Sue Williamson.