At SSAT NC15, NFER’s Shona MacLeod explored how more effective schools support disadvantaged pupils.
At the SSAT National CConference 2015, Professor Tanya Byron talked about the issues of mental health for young people and the challenges faced.
Four students from SSAT member schools gave a plenary session at the SSAT National Conference 2015. We summarise the best of their insightful comments.
SSAT NC15 – Dr Russ Quaglia – Student voice and aspirations: the key to unlocking schools’ potential
We explore the key points made by Dr. Russ Quaglia in his SSAT National Conference 2015 plenary session on student voice and aspirations.
Ahead of SSAT NC15, Peter Atherton, data manager at Minsthorpe Community College, explores the success of the school’s data tracking & monitoring system.
Ahead of his keynote at SSAT NC15, Ian Livingstone argues that computer science is as important as any other science currently being taught in schools.
Ahead of his workshop at the SSAT National Conference 2015, AHT Jason Wood shines a light on The Corsham School’s recent success with closing the gap.
Headteacher Ani Magill is determined that the 1,200 students at St John the Baptist School in Woking, Surrey, should receive the best education possible.