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.
The man whose book spelt out the full story of the disaster, its causes and how to avoid a repetition, has much to say to school leaders, writes Sue Williamson.
SSAT chief executive Sue Williamson goes back to the classroom – with a difference.
Leadership coach and former headteacher Diana Osagie gives examples of her approach.
Second post in the SSAT National Conference 2017: Illuminating learning blog series. Paul A Kirschner, Distinguished University Professor of educational psychology at the Open University of the Netherlands.
An exploration of the journey to the Chartered College’s creation, and what the future could entail.