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How to set up a nature club at your school

Wildlife is good for us, but how do we introduce more of it into students’ lives? We look at how to set up a nature club. Recently we discussed how nature can have a positive impact on academic performance. Just 20 minutes in a natural setting can improve kids’ mood, perception and cognitive ...

5 simple strategies…to help you negotiate better contracts with your suppliers

In the current fiscal and political climate, school leaders must prepare themselves for budget freezes that represent a very real fall in funding.  With ever tighter budgets comes the need to conjure up some savings – which is where successful contract negotiations with your suppliers can hel...

Using nature to boost academic performance

Nature may not be a universal panacea, but it does bring a whole host of rewards. Here we look at how it might improve students’ learning achievements. Spending time in nature has been shown to have mental and physical benefits for children and adults alike. So it’s worrying that children are...

Has racism in the classroom become more prevalent since the Brexit referendum?

In the immediate months following the EU referendum occurrences of racially or religiously aggravated crimes soared – in July 2016 alone police witnessed a 41% increase as compared to the year before. If racist crimes (including assault and arson) continue to take place on the streets of Britai...

Alternative provision for school refusers

Whilst the dangers of 'off-rolling' or ignoring/marginalising pupils by moving them to poorly managed alternative provision are real, when it is properly managed, alternative provision can be a very useful tool in encouraging school refusers to re-engage with their education. The post Alternative...