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Workload support promised at NASUWT conference

Nicky Morgan announces further support to tackle teacher workload issues following new reports...

Peace of mind

The Mount School in York is the first school in the country to be recognised as a centre of ex...

Exam reforms 'fundamentally flawed' say school heads

State and independent school leaders call for rethink of proposals which they say will make it...

If I had a pound for every time someone asked...

James Hole tackles the big question: IB or A-level, which is the correct choice to make?

Transferable skills for student success

Mike Hamilton says teachers can help with their students' future employability by teaching tra...

Fight or flight?

Gabbitas Education responds to the teacher crisis

Promising practicals

Alan Maude shares his experience of implementing changes to A-level science practical work at ...

Wanted: inspirational teaching ideas

Grants of up to £15,000 on offer for initiatives to help disadvantaged pupils with SHINE

In the big leagues

Two headteachers offer their views on exam league tables and 'value added'

Bolton science teacher is finalist for biology award

Royal Society of Biology recognises David Teasdale for inspiring teaching and extra-curricular...

Private education equivalent to two extra years' teaching

'Academic value added' research from Durham University reveals independent school pupils gain ...

Life without levels

Greg Watson addresses three post-levels misconceptions

Primary assessment: five things you need to know

DfE publishes overview of upcoming changes to primary assessment

Elms head puts spotlight on falling male teacher numbers

Male teachers 'never more important' head insists, as national numbers fall

Lessons from the Holocaust

Dr Helen Stringer reflects on teaching and learning about the Holocaust

Honouring HE's best

The new year has got off to a great start for HE, as a number of university professionals make...

Independents pull out of 'irrelevant' league tables

Wellington College joins schools no longer participating in performance tables that do not tak...

Free resources launched to develop students' research skills

CILIP has produced ten fact sheets to guide students through the basics of undertaking researc...

Play up and play the game

Sports like rugby have a big role in pupil development but they also need to be organised resp...

Governing the future

Governors play a crucial role in a school's success, says Mark Peel

School performance tables released

English schools have been ranked on the basis of GCSE results for the last time, with academie...

The best start

Lucy Bedwin from Farlington's nursery discusses the importance of the Early Years Foundation S...

Time and times again

Frances Mwale reflects on new times tables testing for 11 year-olds

Mayfield head responds to single-sex debate

Co-ed or single-sex? Head of Mayfield girls' school says girls thrive with or without boys in ...

Over the Bridge

Hebden Bridge School to open in September with just 20 places per year

Pushing beyond the comfort zone

Ross Urquhart asks, is it good for pupils to always be happy at school?

The great gender debate continues

Brighton head says girls' schools are at a 'disadvantage', sparking further debate over single...

King's Ely becomes National Holocaust Centre partner school

Quality of curriculum at King's Ely leads to partnership providing school with resources and s...

Employers' needs influencing further education curriculum

IB working with businesses to deliver Career-related Programme in schools

Government releases revised GCSE and A-level content

Nick Gibb says GCSE and A-level reform 'to be rigorous' as content for courses revised includi...

A quarter of language A-level entries come from privates

JCQ figures reveal independent schools protect 'vulnerable' modern languages at A-level

Sweet 16?

The year ahead will see change and consolidation in the independent sector. Editor Stephanie B...

In short supply

Labour reveals schools spending up to £1.3bn on supply teachers as recruitment crisis continue...

Top Ofsted praise for Bath Spa teaching programmes

Bath Spa University is celebrating after receiving high recognition for its Teacher Education ...

Ellesmere College wins Arts Council award

Visit from the Royal Ballet marks award for Ellesmere's cultural education

Not just a history lesson

A CBI report suggests that science is being squeezed out at primary level. Dan Sullivan looks ...

King Edward's School is Sunday Times IB School of the Year

King Edward's, who switched to IB in 2010, has won The Sunday Times International Baccalaureat...

Join the professionals

Samantha Price thinks schools need to do more to prepare their students for the world of work

Working it out for themselves

One way to encourage progress and improvement is to give pupils control over their own learnin...

Theory in practice

Offering teaching staff the chance to study for an MA has many worthwhile benefits, says Joann...