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How do school leaders retain their most talented staff?

John Jerrim reveals the results of a new study into the importance of staff knowing and believing in their...

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John Jerrim
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How to get the most out of pupil premium

Despite our best efforts, the link between family income and education outcomes remains strong. One of the most powerful...

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Becky Francis
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What the pandemic taught us about meeting additional needs

Many more children may benefit from EHCPs - and other findings from EPI's latest analysis

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Jo Hutchinson
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How are cost-of-living pressures on families affecting schools?

NFER’s data reveals how much the cost of living crisis is exacerbating pressures on schools, explains Megan Lucas

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Megan Lucas
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How can we secure better music education for all?

The success of the government's reorganisation of music hubs will hinge on three key factors, explains David James

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David James
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Five research findings that improved our knowledge this year

JL Dutaut picks out key insights from this year's Schools Week research column, The Knowledge

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JL Dutaut
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Supporting neurodivergent pupils with symptomatic hypermobility

New research points to support schools can offer for neurodivergent pupils who may be masking a pain-related condition, writes...

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Jane Green
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What might a more holistic primary assessment look like?

Perennial concerns about the impact of SATs require workable teacher-led approaches to delivering a more holistic assessment system, writes...

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Alix Robertson
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Can adventure learning improve student outcomes?

A new EEF report contains enough evidence to recommend that it should be available to all of our young...

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Dr Sarah Reaney-Wood and Ben Willis