Rob Hitch, Vice Principal, Harris Academy South Norwood, on getting away from the traditional child response to any parent enquiry about school: ‘it was alright!’
Holly Henderson, English teacher, Bristnall Hall Academy, shows the benefit of abandoning the ‘gifted and talented’ label.
Martina Veale, education director at ASDAN, looks at how to support pupils through a positive transition from primary to secondary school.
We need to recognise the inhibiting effects of embarrassment, in order to reduce or overcome them, writes Sarah Murphy, relationship manager, SSAT.
Samantha Lowman, schools coordinator (school attendance), School-Home Support, gives some suggestions from SHS’s 30-year experience.
Marcus Orlovksy stresses the need to help young people understand why they should learn things
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Students in schools encounter a staggering amount of information from social media. Adweek reports that the average social media user sees 285 pieces of content, totalling some 54,000 words, every day. By age 18, 88% of young adults regularly get
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