Tom Middlehurst, head of policy and public affairs at SSAT, analyses the recently released Timpson Review and highlights the impact that key areas – including school exclusions and recommended policy changes – will have.
Professor Dr. Paul A Kirschner, Open University of the Netherlands, debunks various myths and perceived orthodoxies that persist in education.
Professor Phil Scraton sends a message to teachers and students about the importance of critical thinking and developing an enquiring mind.
Rachel Lowrie, Churchill Academy Sixth Form, an SSAT Leadership Legacy fellow, uses a seasonal medium to give her highlights of the National Conference.
Watch feedback from delegates, speakers and exhibitors from the two days in Manchester. SSAT National Conference 2017: Illuminating learning took place on Thursday 30 November and Friday 1 December 2017.
Tom Middlehurst reflects upon the conference theme ‘illuminating learning’ and urban myths uncovered by a main stage speaker.
Matt Hood, SSAT National Conference 2017 main stage speaker and Director of the Institute for Teaching, discusses ‘best-bets’ in teacher education.
Mark Emmerson describes the ‘really simple strategies’ that have proven hugely successful in his trust’s schools.
Getting up at 5am to walk to school through the snow, for one thing, says Katrina Morley.
SSAT National Conference workshop presenter Claire Bishop, assistant principal and director of research at Sir Christopher Hatton Academy writes.