Informal learning is linked with increased numbers of students choosing music at GCSE.
In the academic year 2021-22, 39,930 teachers in England quit.
Education needs to be more aligned with healthy child development, children’s interests, and the importance of relationships for wellbeing.
Tooth decay is the most common reason why young children aged from five to ten are admitted to hospital.
Schools are operating with already stretched resources. But they are an obvious route to supporting children’s mental health.
The government has launched a consultation on the plans.
University maths departments are shrinking or closing.
Of the 1.5 million children in English schools identified for SEN services, only one in three – 0.5 million – were girls.
Our findings suggest that increasing teacher pay over their whole career would help.
A teacher reflects on how Section 28 affected her career and the young people she taught.
Disability may place constraints on a family’s ability to take vacations during the school holidays.
Schools are aware that it is hugely beneficial for them to work with parents and carers – especially when teaching topics that are deemed sensitive.
Changing attitudes to maths from the start of education can lead to more success later on.
Bonuses for new teachers won’t fix the reasons people leave the profession.
The proposal could be the radical change the education system needs.
Messages from teachers like ‘if you do not work hard, you will fail your GCSEs and you will not get into college’ are known as fear appeals.
The relationship between where pupils learn and how well they learn should be a central part of decisions about building, or repairing, schools.
There is no evidence that either academies or local schools produce better results with equivalent pupils.
Raac and asbestos in schools show that ‘official’ declarations of safety are not acceptable to families.
It’s not news that Raac is a problem in UK, but funding to fix them is in short supply.