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As the Casey review warns of the risks of culturally isolated schools, Mashuda Shaikh shares her experience of helping to foster integration, tolerance and citizenship in her local...
Earlier this week a very clear, very useful report was released. And no, it wasn’t PISA. Published on Monday, the ‘social and ethnic inequalities in post-16 choices’ report...
A family-friendly culture shift in schools would help to stem the teacher retention crisis and improve wellbeing for all teachers, says Emma Sheppard. In June this year, as...
If you’re looking for good assembly material, it’s worth showing pupils the greatest music video of the Nineties: Oasis’s Stand By Me. It shows a series of unconnected...
Everyone in England is familiar with the concept of the National Health Service. But have you heard of the School Health Service? A forgotten aspect of the 1944...
Testing and assessment worry parents and teachers, although both are integral and critical to good teaching, says Rod Bristow. He explains why his company now plans to talk...
Recruitment for special schools is way tougher than in the mainstream, but there are steps that the government and schools can take, says Marc Rowland. If you have...
Elin de Zoete gives basic steps in how to boost your school’s public image. It’s worth it, she says, as it makes all the difference when it comes...
While the news headlines have been dominated by how clever (or not) England’s children were revealed to be in this week’s international maths and science league tables, our...
In light of Trump’s win and growing concerns about an “alt-right” agenda both in the States and here (for “alt-right” some use “neo-Nazi”), people are clamouring for education...
It’s a lottery as to which primary schools encourage their pupils to consider a grammar school. That needs to change, says David Jesson. The government’s education green paper...

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