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Bedminster Down tackles excessive marking to reduce workload

Techers at Bedminster Down School are now evaluating work by using three different ways of mar...

Next Generation CPD

With experienced teachers leaving the profession in droves and recruitment targets regularly m...

Is the new maths curriculum adding up?

Brent Hughes, teacher trainer for Matific, on how the new maths curriculum should include gami...

Sandown Bay Academy visit the 1851 Trust's Tech Deck

The innovative education centre brings STEM alive with help from Land Rover BAR, the British A...

Why the state of religious education needs to be improved

Imran Mogra, senior lecturer in Religious Education at Birmingham City University, discusses s...

How children can learn through nature

Andy Swain, Managing Director of SAS Shelters, discusses the importance of nature and outdoor ...

Collaborative classrooms: a guide

Collaborative learning helps to teach children soft skills through shared assignments, and sea...

Bring Your Own Device: 24/7 learning?

Ruth Wollacott finds before implementing BYOD, schools need to do their homework

iLearn, uLearn: portable tablet devices in the classroom

Charley Rogers reports on recent research from Stranmillis on the effect of iPads on Early Yea...

How can teachers support pupils through the clearing process?

Northumbria University explain what teachers can do to make sure pupils understand how to use ...

E-Safety at EduTech Show

By Stuart Swann, Director at IE Solutions, and Vice Chair at NAPE

Gender bias in STEM: an analysis

Jessica Rowson from the Institute of Physics' Girls in Physics project, talks gender bias and ...

Skill development encouraged through tech-driven teaching

Jane Ashworth, UK MD of SMART Technologies talks technology-driven collaborative teaching, an...

How to achieve global success

Cambridge International Examinations on developing international qualifications for schools wo...

Marton Primary Academy pupils become journalists for the day

The children learned about the media, examined 'fake news' and wrote their own articles for th...

Teacher testimonial: the transformative power of filmmaking

ATU filmmaking projects are making kids excited about writing, says primary teacher Joy Groom

Secrets of making the grade: the challenge for MATs

Turning around failing schools is no small undertaking, but it's an area where multi-academy t...

The future of schooling

Mark S. Steed, Director of JESS, Dubai, discusses disruptive innovation and the future of glob...

Don't deny access to the outdoors

Dr John Hind, Principal at Dame Allan's Schools, reveals the educational opportunities of the ...

Modern languages in a primary school setting: oui ou non?

Karine Early, Head of Modern Foreign Languages at Barrow Hills School, thinks languages should...

Day of Discovery opens teachers' eyes to power of digital

Stratford event explored how technology and creativity can boost literacy

Active IQ launches GCSE-equivalent Tech Award

The Level 2 Certificate is the first technical award from Active IQ to be studied at school

Research calls for a stronger link between home and school

New study finds discussing global and political events with children can benefit their critica...

Discover new 'Food and the Body' digital classroom resources

Alimentarium Foundation & Discovery Education form partnership to boost science and nutrition ...

BP Science Explorers supports primary science teaching

BP's Science Explorers is a collection of free curriculum-linked science learning materials fo...

UK neglecting youngsters' hidden scientific talent?

A study by GL Assessment, shows we may be wasting talented science students

Larger class sizes increase opportunities

Forget what you've heard, larger class sizes increase opportunities says Richard Grazier, VP ...

Ofsted praises Thistley Hough Academy for pupils' progress

Ofsted is delighted with the school's work to promote personal development and welfare

Kent Academies Network students get top uni offers

The scheme supports bright students from underprivileged backgrounds into university

How the cloud can place learners at the heart of MATs

Nick Wilson, MD, Public Sector, Health and Care at Advanced, explains how information systems ...

New partnership sparks foreign language speaker drive

Foreign language speakers are being offered a career change in a unique partnership between th...

Become an RSPCA class that cares!

Schools in Kent will be the first to benefit from a trailblazing programme run by the RSPCA to...

17,645 teachers across London will lose their jobs by 2020

The most deprived areas are going to be hit the hardest by the cuts

Strong leaders are like good wine, they improve with age

Teachers keen to climb the career ladder should not rush the process, counsels Joanne Harper

Junior school pupils get a taste of university

Groundbreaking partnership is underway between University of Glasgow and Kelvinside Academy

Shy students miss out on science, research finds

Teachers claim a lack of science facilities and equipment means introverted students stay at t...

Creating a playful atmosphere boosts achievement

Adapting teaching to encourage students to develop 'engineering habits of mind' improves stude...

Training is critical to tackle the teacher retention crisis 

Diana Dewing, Managing Director of training company Thrive, explores the need for CPD in teach...

Is marking a dying art?

Hilary Moriarty discusses whether marking is still relevant to today's teachers

New Head of Academy appointed at Bournville School

Joanne Cottle will take up the post at Bournville School after spending 10 years at Trinity Hi...