Michael Eggleton, Deputy Head at Charles Dickens and leader of the Improving Mental Health programme talks about how his school has tackled this pressing problem. We have all seen the statistics and even had first-hand experiences of supporting children with mental health concerns. More and more emphasis has been put on schools to be the […]
Read our Director Sarah Selezynov’s blog for Voice 21 on how our Teacher Scheme for Educational Dialogue Analysis project helps teachers research and improve their own classroom talk.
Read our Director Sarah Seleznyov’s blog for SEND Gateway, on how our Autism: Researching Practice programme helps mainstream schools manage an ever growing range of SEND needs.
Curriculum development: The practitioner’s view This month, read our Director Sarah Seleznyov’s blog for BERA, on curriculum development and the importance of getting teacher education right, in order to ensure that teachers can become active participants in design for their pupils. You can view the blog through this link: http://bit.ly/2YYVbdO
Primary schools reacted with caution to news that Labour wants to scrap SATs and abolish the new Reception baseline test. Whilst many agreed with their description of a “regime of extreme pressure testing”, we also wondered if this blanket statement really demonstrated Labour’s understanding of what is wrong with primary testing. Labour wants a “more […]
It is with interest that we read that Damien Hinds has decided to seek the views of schools on whether special needs funding should be reformed to make it “more effective”. The DFE want to know whether the funding system “could better reflect the changing nature of need”, and whether cash can be “distributed more […]