SATs

SATS: One Parent’s Dilemma

English children are now the most heavily tested in the world – and a revolt is building within weeks of the...

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The speech by Education Secretary Nicky Morgan to the NASUWT conference had a ‘relatively polite reception’, Schools Week writes. But a few jeers...

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The government has announced that all schools are to be forced to become academies . However the...

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The cognitive development of individual pupils should become the key objective of the primary and secondary school curriculum and there should be...

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Yesterday, the Guardian published an excellent piece by journalist John Harris on the death of creativity and enjoyment of learning our state...

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Social mobility, or rather evidence of the increasing lack of it, is rarely out of the news. In my book, ‘ Learning Matters ‘ I argue that, ‘there is... Read more

Thank you, I am delighted to be here.

This book is a truly collaborative effort, a distillation of the thinking and writing of...

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Many years ago, when I was a physics teacher, I gave a test like this to my top set Y11 GCSE students. The results...

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