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Bright future for highly driven BTEC students

BTEC students are most career-driven and most likely to set up own business, says Student Room...

DfE Character Award winners announced

Nine schools and education centres recognised for commitment to character education

Be bold - it could transform your school

Clare Bradford discusses the impact of Henbury School's Ready to Learn behaviour programme

Game, set and match

Daniel Betts from Eteach says tennis and teaching have more in common than you might think

Technical education simplified to just 15 employment routes

Billed as the most significant transformation of post-16 education since A-levels introduced 7...

New study highlights benefits of outdoor work

Outdoor learning helps children develop and improve social skills, says university report

Could part time working fix teacher recruitment problems?

New TES survey shows that part time teaching roles could bring much-needed teaching talent bac...

SATs data not comparable, says Morgan

Primary school test results should not be compared to previous years, due to tougher questions...

Assessment in academies

As schools get to grips with life post-levels, Tamzin Wood explains what South Avenue Primary ...

To boldly grow

Chichester academy pupils conduct Tim Peake's space experiment

Michael Morpurgo calls for more time for 'great stories'

Oxford University Press research reveals over half of primary school teachers lack time for bo...

Professional standards for teaching assistants published

Unions and education experts publish new standards to clarify role of teaching assistants

Students starting university 'unprepared'

'Be an independent thinker and learner to thrive at university', say university admissions off...

Inspiring academy teachers honoured by Oxford

Leading university recognises teachers who go the extra mile for students with Inspirational T...

Smart collaboration with parents

Craig Ring at Rooks Heath College offers advice for working with parents on exam revision

Nearly half of teachers see no change in financial education

Pfeg financial education report shows schools are still not confident teaching money matters

Why SATS should be replaced with performing arts classes

As schools recover from SATs week, Sophie Boyce says drama training is a more effective use of...

Engaging creative minds

Jessica Clifton from LEGO Education shares some ideas for activities during National Share-A-S...

The real impact of SATs

Paul Brockwell from PBR Education asks, are we putting too much pressure on pupils?

Write now - literacy skills in the classroom

Melanie Harwood says good handwriting has never been so important

Hands-on tasks + engagement = successful maths

Jessica Clifton from LEGO Education discusses how we can establish an enthusiasm towards maths...

Too much marking and not enough teaching

Academy teachers spending an 'unmanageable' equivalent of one day a week on marking, according...

Former 'Trojan' schools transformed by new sponsor

Two Birmingham schools celebrate as Ofsted removes them from special measures and rates them '...

Call for end to 'exam factory' schools

Institute of Directors launch action plan for education in the age of technology and robotics ...

When data is king and Ofsted is the king maker

Sam Blyth from Canvas reports on how teachers can make an evidence-led system work for them

Reception baseline tests dropped

DfE publishes report showing the three baseline assessment options are not sufficient for meas...

Royal Albert Hall creates immersive history lesson

Renowned concert hall launches Victorian tour for pupils specifically designed to meet the Key...

Kent IB initiative gains momentum

Eight academies join the schools delivering International Baccalaureate's career-related learn...

Workload pressure 'key driver' of teacher shortage

New ATL survey finds workload drives the teacher recruitment and retention crisis

Northampton boost for science

The University of Northampton is playing a key role in helping reverse a decline in the popula...

Workload support promised at NASUWT conference

Nicky Morgan announces further support to tackle teacher workload issues following new reports...

Longer day planned for England's schools

Budget 2016 signals extension to 3.30pm finish, with funding available for extra-curricular ac...

Exam reforms 'fundamentally flawed' say school heads

State and independent school leaders call for rethink of proposals which they say will make it...

Transferable skills for student success

Mike Hamilton says teachers can help with their students' future employability by teaching tra...

Improvement award for Exeter primary academy

St. Michael's Primary Academy receives International School Award for improvement

Encouraging active minds

Katy Parkinson discusses the concept of active learning

Wanted: inspirational teaching ideas

Grants of up to £15,000 on offer for initiatives to help disadvantaged pupils with SHINE

Music award for Bristol academy

Merchants' Academy wins national Music Department of the Year title at Music Education Expo aw...

Preparing for Progress 8

Lesley Welsh discusses how schools are getting ready for the DfE's new accountability system

Life without levels

Greg Watson addresses three post-levels misconceptions