The election 2015: What do the parties have in store?
It’s the tightest general election in decades, but under which party will UK education be better off? Sue Hackman reviews the emergent schools policies among the biggest parties.
SLT 6.5 Report Update
What works in promoting social and emotional wellbeing and responding to mental health in schools?; Shaping the future of CPD; The power of reading: How the next government can unlock every child’s potential through reading; Young adults and politics today: Disengaged and disaffected or engaged and enraged?
Could better RE in schools combat radicalisation?
The religious radicalisation of Britain’s youth is a hot topic at the moment, with a highly-publicised spurt of young men and women leaving the country to fight with extremists abroad. But does this problem find its roots in our schools? And if so, could a greater focus on religious education help?