Covid

The government’s Covid response has gone from shameful to shameless

This government has some nerve telling teachers to keep calm and carry on, writes Mary Bousted “Tell your members...

JL Dutaut
MARY BOUSTED
Covid

Going beyond tutoring to help pupils envision a world beyond Covid

Tutoring alone is insufficient to help pupils emerge from the collective trauma of the past year, writes Sue O’Brien...

JL Dutaut
SUE O'BRIEN
Covid

Navigating Covid-19: five tips to get us to Christmas

This has been a punishing year, and we need to keep strong as winter takes hold. Here are some...

JL Dutaut
SARAH MULLIN
Covid

Some temporary Covid measures should be made permanent

Some of the temporary changes made to respond to the pandemic should now be made permanent, argues Benoit Guerin...

JL Dutaut
BENOIT GUERIN
Covid

What are the consequences of Covid for school leaders and teachers?

NFER research director, Caroline Sharp draws six key lessons from schools’ response to the pandemic so far In May...

JL Dutaut
CAROLINE SHARP
Covid

How to ensure trainee teachers don’t miss out due to Covid

Rising numbers of applicants are welcome but how to support them in this challenging environment is a question on...

JL Dutaut
PAUL THORNTON
Covid

The PM’s tutoring plans offer hope for undoing Covid damage

Delivered to the right children, one-to-one tuition plans could level the educational playing field, writes Sir Peter Lampl If...

JL Dutaut
SIR PETER LAMPL
Covid

To get through Covid, we need more CPD, not less

More agile CPD is key to ensuring Covid’s legacy doesn’t become an injustice for the profession, writes Nicola Podd...

JL Dutaut
NICOLA PODD
Covid

Covid adaptations have actually improved some aspects of school life

It’s not very new any more – and it certainly isn’t normal yet – but the adapted school day...

JL Dutaut
TIM ROACH