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.
Six Caludon Castle year 10 students took part in a unique branding workshop hosted by SSAT, where they competed in teams to create the logo for this summer’s Aspirations Show in Manchester. Students were able to bring their ideas to life while also developing leadership and collaboration skills.
Planning her own dramatically different school, Charlotte Church addresses some challenging questions
Charlotte Church is much more than an entertainer and singer. She is in pursuit of launching her own school to redefine students’ ability to absorb information and learn creatively. Charlotte’s talk during SSAT’s National Conference details her intriguing plan to shape schooling.
In an effort to revive students’ interest in studying languages, Simon Holmes, principal of Melbourn Village College, discusses the unique approaches the school has explored to combat the increasingly low interest rate in this area of study.
Andy Williams, Senior Education Lead, SSAT, highlights the impact that leadership and collaboration can have on student success, and the benefits that could come from additional funding and resources allocated towards the education system as a whole.
Tens of thousands of students gathered in Parliament Square today to protest against the impending doom of climate change. The UK is one of 60 countries protesting today to fight for change, making this the biggest global protest to date.
Corinne Settle, Senior Education Lead for SSAT, talks about achieving #BalanceforBetter in her career and daily life in celebration of International Women’s Day.
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.
Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice-Chancellor, The University of Buckingham writes.
Nic Harrison, SSAT senior education lead, explains the paradox that an outsider’s expertise can put you more in control.