Thursday, October 28, 2021
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Inclusion in Schools is Not an Illusion

There has been much debate in recent years over how well inclusion in schools is working, or if it is working at all. Arguments...
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Senior Leadership: The Glass Ceiling in Education

The Statistics Statistics over recent years reveal a troubling lack of diversity within the teaching profession, laying bare the glass ceiling in education. QA Education reported...

Most able: rethinking how we identify exceptional students

A bit about me: in the 1990’s in Ontario, Canada, at the age of ten, I was identified as being gifted. This identification was...
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The Real Cost of Cutting Creative Subjects in Schools

Schools across the UK have seen a drastic decline in arts subject enrolment over recent years. While the majority of schools cherish their arts...
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Let’s Fight Library Funding Cuts: Support Our School Libraries

No one can deny the importance of reading from a young age. Countless studies have shown that children who read frequently enjoy numerous benefits,...

Making the Move- UK to International Teaching

TES job alerts.…it can be your best friend, it can be your enemy. Signing up to the daily job alerts was one of the...
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In the School Garden: The Benefits of Outdoor Learning

A change of scenery can make a big impact on wellbeing, and that goes for schools too. Regularly getting out of the classroom and...
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Teacher Retention: The Facts You Need to Know

The UK is struggling with teacher retention during growing numbers of pupil intake and cuts to the education sector. The Government has missed recruitment...
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NQTs: have reasonable expectations of yourselves

A lot of teachers I know are perfectionists; it’s not entirely surprising. We have high expectations of ourselves. We have an idea in mind...
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National Anti-Bullying Week: It’s Not Just For the Students

The 13th of November marks the beginning of National Anti-Bullying Week. Thousands of schools across the country will be carrying out assemblies, school initiatives,...