Schools

How schools can reverse Gypsy and Roma under-achievement

MPs are investigating why Gypsy, Roma and Traveller children have the worst exclusion and attainment rates

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
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Behaviour Hubs: A school-tailored approach towards a culture that benefits everyone

Empowering teachers to implement, promote and sustain an effective behaviour culture within schools across England.

Education Development Trust
Education Development Trust
Features

The big interview: Doug Lemov

Doug Lemov and his first two editions of Teach Like A Champion have had huge influence. But now he explains...

Jess Staufenberg
Jess Staufenberg
Behaviour

Four more leaders wanted for behaviour hubs expansion

DfE seeks 'school partnership leads' for project aimed at supporting 500 schools

Samantha Booth
Samantha Booth
News

DfE behaviour consultation seeks views on mobile phone bans

Schools will be asked for information about their behaviour strategies, their use of so-called “managed moves”, and how they...

Freddie Whittaker
Freddie Whittaker
News

‘You grow with the grant, then shrink back at the end’: the primary scooping up DfE accolades

From the outside, Charles Dickens looks like any other inner-London primary school. But behind the walls of its building...

Freddie Whittaker
Freddie Whittaker
News

Williamson plans behaviour survey and urges ‘sensible debate’ over exclusions

Schools will take part in a new survey on student behaviour every term, the education secretary has announced. Gavin...

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
News

Williamson: Government ‘looking at’ how to get more schools into multi-academy trusts

The government wants to see “far more schools” in multi-academy trusts by 2025, and is “actively looking at how...

Freddie Whittaker
Freddie Whittaker
News

Williamson calls for silent corridors and banned mobiles ‘to be the norm’

Education secretary Gavin Williamson wants the school culture created by behaviour policies such as silent corridors and banning mobile...

James Carr
James Carr