Covid

Covid knocks permanent exclusions to lowest level since 2013 after pre-lockdown rise

Permanent exclusions dropped by more than a third to their lowest level since 2013 last year, official figures show,...

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
Covid

Daily Covid testing a ‘safe alternative’ to isolation, but study has ‘limitations’

Daily contact testing of pupils who have been in close contact with a positive Covid case is a “safe...

James Carr
James Carr
Covid

How has Covid really affected mathematics performance?

Our data reveals in great detail whose mathematics performance have been impacted and how and could help to formulate...

JL Dutaut
CRAIG BARTON
Covid

How we’ll build on the relationships forged in Covid adversity

As the Cabinet Office’s National Leadership Centre launches its 2021 report, Stephen Crookbain and Leora Cruddas explain its part...

JL Dutaut
STEPHEN CROOKBAIN* and LEORA CRUDDAS**
Covid

Post-Covid: risk and opportunity for women in schools

The pandemic has worsened factors that were already holding women back from leadership positions, writes Sharon Monaghan, but it...

JL Dutaut
SHARON MONAGHAN
Covid

Academy trusts’ cash stash rises to £3bn despite pandemic pressures

Academy trusts boosted their reserves and surpluses last year despite the upheaval of Covid, official figures show. New Department...

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
Covid

Colleges are the missing link of post-Covid reform

Money and MAT expansion alone won’t stop vulnerable learners missing out on their next steps, writes Sam Parrett. We...

JL Dutaut
SAM PARRETT
Covid

Collaboration between trusts can win the Covid recovery

The post-Covid recovery calls for collaboration over competition and our MAT-to-MAT peer review pilot shows what can be achieved,...

JL Dutaut
HELEN ROWLAND* and ANDY YARROW**
Covid

Veiled needs pose a hidden risk to post-Covid catch-up

A growing number of young people report keeping their suffering to themselves. Simon Walker explains the evidence and how...

JL Dutaut
SIMON WALKER