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New faces at Hunter Hall School

Georgina Griffiths and Laura Westgarth comment on their new appointment to the school

Poor English at school entry makes later struggle likely

New study from UCL and Royal Holloway highlights social and behavioural difficulties

Supporting NQTs

New school year, newly qualified teachers: how can we best support them? Damien Roberts report...

Bolton School commits to Platinum Artsmark award

Boys' division at Bolton pledges to grow arts provision in curriculum, extra-curricular activi...

Environmental responsibility top of the agenda

Schools and Universities are tasked with demonstrating their commitment to the wellbeing of th...

GCSE and A-level grades rise in independent schools

ISC data shows private school A* and A grades high above the national average

Wales closes the gap on GCSE results day

Paul Norton, Principal of Kings Monkton School in Cardiff gives his overview of the GCSE resul...

New Ofqual test to affect 300 schools

New 'National Reference Test' to be introduced in 2017 to measure quality of teaching and end ...

Book corner: 100 Ideas for Early Years Practitioners

Marianne Sargeant's guide to supporting EAL learners is an essential guide for every aspect of...

Female students double for GCSE Computing

The number of girls studying computing at GCSE level have more than doubled since last year

All the world's a stage

New open-air theatre for Farlington's modern languages faculty

£750* Worth of Vivreau Products - free

Vivreau, a global leader in the development and manufacture of purified drinking water systems...

More opportunities for teacher training needed

By Phillip Snalune, Codio, CEO

The computing curriculum - two years on

ROUNDTABLE: Has the computing curriculum proven successful, and what can we do to ensure progr...

Cambridge IGCSEs more popular than ever before

A record number of UK students took the Cambridge IGCSE this year, at nearly 300,000

Van Gogh Museum launches primary school resources

Amsterdam's museum dedicated to the painter has launched free teaching material, Van Gogh at S...

Vivreau's Vi tap and Bottler - a successful combination

Vivreau's Vi tap is ideal for use in a self-service situation dispensing chilled still or spar...

First students to take on-screen exams receive results

Students on the IB Middle Years Programme receive their eAssessment results

Handwriting help for primary teachers

STABILO teams up with National Handwriting Association to provide teaching resources including...

Early years - it's much more than play!

Sally Walker from Barrow Hills School sheds some light on the importance of early years learni...

How to let children lead the learning

Matthew O'Reilly, Head of Juniors at St Mary's Cambridge, says play-led learning can be 'wonde...

Lifelong learning

British School of Coaching launches first professional Young Leaders Award to give young peopl...

Thinking outside the box

Claire Tomsett-Rowe discusses combining music with arts and drama to boost engagement and atta...

LEGO® Education offers schools free tools for EAL learners

Activities for children with English as an additional language (EAL) available in all curricul...

Start young for higher tariff university entry, says survey

Want to get your students into top universities? Start at 10, says UCAS student survey

Why do we have homework?

Aimee Tan explains how Barrow Hills has changed its approach to homework

Bright future for highly driven BTEC students

BTEC students are most career-driven and most likely to set up own business, says Student Room...

Vivreau and BRITA announce full integration

Vivreau, leading manufacturer of purified drinking water systems, has announced full integrati...

Game, set and match

Daniel Betts from Eteach says tennis and teaching have more in common than you might think

Technical education simplified to just 15 employment routes

Billed as the most significant transformation of post-16 education since A-levels introduced 7...

Another record-breaking year for IB students

Independent schools across the UK are celebrating stellar performance in the International Bac...

UK IB students celebrate exam results

Almost 5,000 students receive results from Diploma and Career-related IB programmes

SATs data not comparable, says Morgan

Primary school test results should not be compared to previous years, due to tougher questions...

Why a one-size-fits-all approach to curriculum cannot work

Paul Norton discusses the progression steps and areas of learning experience laid out by the D...

The importance of the student voice

Feedback from learners offers a corrective balance, says Dr Kevin Stannard

Riddlesworth recognised for outdoor education ethos

Riddlesworth Hall Preparatory School has been officially recognised as a Forest School

A staple diet

Jonathan Williams reflects on the notion of change in light of the new GCSEs and A-levels

Taking water more seriously

The great water bottle debate of plastic vs glass - Vivreau's reusable glass bottles make taki...

Michael Morpurgo calls for more time for 'great stories'

Oxford University Press research reveals over half of primary school teachers lack time for bo...

Professional standards for teaching assistants published

Unions and education experts publish new standards to clarify role of teaching assistants