Child File – The Graduated Response: making it effective in an early years setting
Child File - The Graduated Response: making it effective in an early years setting. Part 1
Spelling Is Important
Engaging and motivating children to learn to spell - playing with words, using all your senses and the power of a spelling app can work wonders argues James Passmore.
Olympic and Paralympic Values – What Have They Ever Done For Us?
As an antidote to an increasingly narrow curriculum, Park House School in Newbury adopted the Olympian values of the Get Set programme for its extra – curricular learning. It has transformed the outlook of the pupils towards those less fortunate than they are, explains Derek Peaple.
Girls with autism: are they being missed?
Many of the symptoms boys with autism present are missing or masked in girls. As a result they go undiagnosed and unsupported, Carol Povey reports.
This Is What Inclusion Means To Me
Amy Husband is the head teacher of Clifford Bridge Academy. Here she gives a personal view on what it means to be an inclusive school.
Future Proofing Teaching & Learning
How can we effectively prepare children and young people today for future lives in a changing world that is inherently unknowable to us? Asks Stephan Burkey.
Moving to Learn
Maureen Hunt explains why movement is so essential for young children's learning.
Time for Leaders: Putting Leadership First In Education
This is the first of two articles about Education leadership in Lithuania. The article focuses on a research project, funded by the EU and Lithuania Government, called Time for Leaders, a project designed to bring about change and a greater understanding of leadership in Lithuanian Schools.
Looking beyond the Academies
Sonia Blandford looks at the need to recognise that regardless of background, challenge and need, achievements come in a variety of forms.