Alexander Williams, president of Humanist Teachers, outlines plans to raise awareness of an organisation seeking to ‘promote a more tolerant world in which rational thinking and kindness prevail’
Are you bringing your full self to work every day, asks Tracy Shand, author of Boardingology
The Institute of Physics has launched a comprehensive new education site
Hilary Moriarty wonders whether a sole leadership role is the perfect solution or whether an extensive team is needed to lead a school to success
Lesley Franklin, principal of George Heriot’s School in Edinburgh, explains the importance of a school’s role in preparing pupils for the next chapter
How do we encourage students to see the value in learning a language?
The Colwyn Bay school has announced the addition of engineering to its GCSE curriculum options
The school is reviewing admissions procedures in a bid to improve opportunities for students ‘irrespective of financial background’
The free resource is a collaboration between the University of Leeds, International Baccalaureate and FutureLearn
With staffing problems a key issue at international schools, Best Practice Network are providing UK-accredited qualifications to teachers and leaders
A new study has revealed the positive gains of al fresco teaching for a child’s academic development
Hilary Moriarty asks, what part have schools played in the possible devaluing of the first-class degree?
eTeach spills the secret behind the most effective recruitment strategy
In British Science Week, David Anderson, head of science at St Margaret’s School, lays out the key requirements for equipping pupils with the tools for a successful, science-focused future
Hilary Moriarty discusses the demanding task of marking – have schools done enough to schedule protected time during the working day for the mammoth task?
Solihull School is hosting a film screening to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day, with a very special guest
Jane Prescott, Headmistress of Portsmouth High School, calls upon her fellow teachers to encourage resilience in their pupils
The comment comes in response to research by The Sutton Trust recommending an earlier start for mentoring and preparation for university
The future is bright for children encouraged to develop their individual strengths, talents and personalities, says Kay Smith, headteacher of Bournemouth Collegiate Preparatory School
Children’s book author Kate Wiseman shares her love of getting lost in a book and how we can encourage children to do the same
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