Wellbeing

Wellbeing is for life, not just for Christmas

Our staff advent calendar has been enjoyed by all, writes Laura Baker, but the real secret to wellbeing is…

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LAURA BAKER
ITT review

ITT review: a major reform, but can it fulfil its promise?

The prize on offer from ITT reforms is substantial, writes David Weston, but challenges lie ahead for the policy…

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DAVID WESTON
2021 in review

The year governance strode towards professionalisation

Looking back on the year in governance, Sharon Warmington welcomes pratices that have made governance more inclusive and new…

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SHARON WARMINGTON


Opinion

A festive mission for your students from GCHQ

Security, cyber and intelligence agency, GCHQ traditionally hides a puzzle in the annual Christmas card from its director, Jeremy Fleming…

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GCHQ
Research

How can we ensure teachers take up and benefit from CPD?

While reforms have removed much of the cost barrier to teachers accessing quality CPD, one important obstacle remains, explains…

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CAT SCUTT
2021 in review

The year getting into ‘good trouble’ became necessary

Hanging onto our optimism as the virus rips through our special schools is hard, writes Frances Akinde, but we…

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FRANCES AKINDE
2021 in review

The year a ‘return to normal’ only got further away

If 2020 was hard, 2021 has taken multi-tasking to a new level, writes Evelyn Forde. Yet the people in…

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EVELYN FORDE
2021 in review

The year our unity in the face of Covid began to fray

Working in unity against Covid has seen the sector through three waves of Covid, writes Sarah Gallagher, and we…

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SARAH GALLAGHER
2021 in review

The year we forgot all about Gavin

A new education secretary and a new shadow team, but old problems continue to dog the sector and are…

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ANNA MCSHANE

Must Read

ITT

Top tips for implementing the new Early Careers Framework

Supporting early-career teachers through the new framework is more demanding, but can be far more rewarding for all concerned…

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JANE CRUICKSHANK
Opinion

How to support teachers with cervical cancer

To mark cervical cancer prevention week, Donna Bradbury recounts her journey from diagnosis to remission, with tips to support…

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DONNA BRADBURY
Disadvantage gap

How regional partnerships can begin to reverse widening gaps

The solutions to the widening attainment gap are to be found in the south-west as well as in Westminster,…

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ED VAINKER AND DAN MORROW

ITT

ITT

Top tips for implementing the new Early Careers Framework

Supporting early-career teachers through the new framework is more demanding, but can be far more rewarding for all concerned…

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JANE CRUICKSHANK
ITT

ITT Market Review: making good on a promising policy

Many objections to the ITT market review are simply incorrect, writes Sam Sims. But delivering on its promise will…

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DR SAM SIMS

EXAMS

Exams

Exams: GCSE reform isn’t as simple as stick or twist

As clamour grows for post-Covid GCSE reform, it’s important we listen to the opinions of all those concerned, writes…

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COLIN HUGHES
Exams

To be fair, we can do better than exams

Ministers’ clamour to return to our pre-pandemic exams system is founded on an impoverished idea of fairness, writes Jo-Anne…

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JO-ANNE BAIRD


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