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Teachers who have to cut a lesson short or constantly pause a lesson to deal with disruptive students are not delivering the same quality of education that they otherwise would be.
The government wasn’t breaking any new ground when they abolished corporal punishment, in fact, they were trailing behind much of the rest of the world.
The idea of a forest school is not to replace classrooms but to expand a child’s knowledge in a different way.
to understand that the underpinning principles of Transformative Leadership (TL) do not replace goals and actions; instead, they create an environment that enables change,
From measuring flowerbeds in math class, to learning about water and energy cycles in science class, the whole school can use a school garden as a great educational tool.
Some evidence shows that TAs don’t help student progress, and other research shows that they’re almost indispensable to excellent learning provision in classrooms.
Many schools will start introducing students to secondary school life in Year 5 and 6, and sometimes earlier. Close partnerships between secondary schools and their feeder primary schools are an important part of this.
More needs to be done to improve the quality of education within the UK. Many people take issue with independent schools, suggesting they are bad for society. However, one study clearly shows that smaller class sizes are better for the academic performance of pupils....
Art also encourages motor skill development and the ability to learn visually, aiding in other areas of education
In a Climate of Increasing Cases of Depression in Children, Should We Teach Our Children Relaxation and Meditation?
The number of children with mental health disorders is growing. Some of the latest figures reveal that almost 10% of children aged between 5 and 10 have a mental health disorder. In 5-to-19-year-olds, the number rises even more, to 1 in every 8 children....
Gavin Mccormack, Teacher, award winning author and Principal at Farmhouse Montessori School talks to us about Great Teaching!
Children Whose Parents Don’t Engage with Schools. What Impact Does This Have on the Learning Journey of the Child?
In a report published by the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust, good behaviour was linked to parental engagement.
Karen Dwyer-Burchill, Head Teacher, Project Lead & Founder of a proposed Free School gives us her direct views on her experience of Pastoral care.
There’s a great variation between education performance around the world. It’s time to take a look at the best and worst countries for education.