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Politics

Truss V Sunak for PM: What they have promised on schools

From new grammar schools to workplace skills curriculum reform, all the education policies the PM hopefuls have pledged

John Dickens
John Dickens
Politics, Schools

Campaigners warn against ‘dangerous’ register of children not in school

Move to amend schools bill to collect data on pupils’ protected characteristics also questioned

Freddie Whittaker
Freddie Whittaker
Politics

Quince appointed schools minister as caretaker roles confirmed

Brendan Clarke-Smith gets children’s brief in shake-up following mass resignations

Freddie Whittaker
Freddie Whittaker


Latest Opinions

Opinion

How unfunded pay rises turned my budget surplus into a £140k deficit

Headteacher Tim Marston has been forced into a summer savings scramble after the government’s late decision to raise teacher…

John Dickens
Tim Marston
Research

Getting everyone talking about research – and pulling together

We have all been in that meeting, it seems. The one where the same colleague constantly argues, “Actually the…

JL Dutaut
Katie Mallender

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Ofsted’s role in the management of mistrust of teachers

Ofsted marked its 30th birthday earlier this year, but the National Education Union (NEU) feels this is an anniversary…

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The View from SIMS Next Gen

Read the latest update from SIMS Next Gen’s Head of Product, Holly Westall

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Finding a different route into teaching

Louise is a teaching assistant and has an ambition to become a qualified teacher. Through online distance learning, she…

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The Open University

Mental health investigation

Mental health

Special investigation: How collapsing mental health services are failing children

Four-month investigation reveals the devastating toll on families and schools

Samantha Booth
Jess Staufenberg and Samantha Booth
Mental health

Special schools ‘bursting at seams’ – but DfE doesn’t collect the data

Heads say the system is ‘completely overwhelmed’

Samantha Booth
Samantha Booth
Mental health

Schools pick up the pieces as suicidal kids turned away from CAMHS

Teachers are told to ‘keep them safe’ as schools are left to ‘plug the gap’

Samantha Booth
Jess Staufenberg and Samantha Booth

Review of the week

Latest Reviews

Our reviewers’ blogs of the year, 2021/22

Regular contributors to our blogs of the year column select one blog each that has impacted their thinking or…

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Gerry Robinson’s blogs of the week, 4 July 2022

This week’s top blogs cover managing transition, reducing uniform costs, and improving equality, diversity and inclusion, with advice for…

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Sonia Thompson’s blogs of the week, 27 June 2022

Graphic novels, retrieval practice, how to be a research-informed school and headteachers’ ever-growing burden of expectations

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Latest Research

Research

Getting everyone talking about research – and pulling together

We have all been in that meeting, it seems. The one where the same colleague constantly argues, “Actually the…

JL Dutaut
Katie Mallender
Research

Five research insights that got us thinking in 2021/22

The last word of every Schools Week edition is often the first you’ll hear of new educational research that…

JL Dutaut
JL Dutaut
Research

Research: So…what has the pandemic changed?

As teachers prepare to start enjoying their holidays again, Iain Ford delves into Teacher Tapp research to pick out…

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Iain Ford

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