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Is there a recruitment and retention crisis in education?

Without doubt these are the most challenging times I have experienced in teaching and school leadership. Finding a middle ground between doing what is morally right for the students and keeping the academy from falling into a category due to the new measures is a difficult task. The post Is th...

Teaching coding as part of the national curriculum

The changes to the computing curriculum may well have been lost in the middle of some fairly large scale reform over the last year or so, but will impact learning in many subjects according to those in the know. The idea of teaching coding is incredibly daunting to those who may have just about g...

Transition from Primary to Secondary

For most of us, the first day in a new school was so long ago we have almost entirely forgotten the anxiety and fear of taking the leap from primary to secondary. As each summer term draws to a close, we must try to sympathise with the children experiencing a whirlwind of emotions in order to su...

Under Pressure: Supporting Catch up Students

Last week at the Festival of Education held at Wellington College, Dame Stella Rimington, former head of MI5, ‘criticised the pressure put on children to perform in school and the rivalry this breeds between them’ (The Independent). Dame Stella stated: I didn’t take my career seriously and ...

New Ofsted Common Inspection Framework

New plans revealed by Sir Michael Wilshaw this week are ‘the biggest reforms to inspections in Ofsted’s 20-year history’ (TES).  The new common inspection framework will come into effect from 1 September 2015. Under the new framework, any schools classified as ‘good’ will have a short ...