Institutional Racism in Schools: What Can School Leaders And Governors Do?
No school likes to think of themselves as racist. But subconscious bias and discrimination is playing a devastating role, argues Professor Paul Miller.
Leadership Briefing Report update
Leadership Briefing is a weekly online summary of all that’s new and relevant to education, linked to original source documents that can be downloaded or viewed on screen, and available to everyone in your school leadership team. The briefings here give a sample of what’s on offer.
Moving to Learn
Maureen Hunt explains why movement is so essential for young children’s learning.
Bold Beginnings …Down The Wrong Path
Ofsted is now undermining the positive attributes of the EYFS and needs to be resisted, argues Professors Chris Pascal and Tony Bertram.
Intervening Early With The Tree of Life A creative way to help school children talk about themselves
Narrative therapy, children telling the stories of their lives and culture, can be an effective early intervention that prevents more serious mental health issues developing in children. Carl Dutton explains.
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.
The Working Class Conundrum
Her own class background has given Professor Sonia Blandford a unique insight into the way working class children fail and what can be done about it.
School Research: The New Frontier
The push for more and better school-led research to improve practice and children’s learning has never been stronger. But many are skeptical about its value. Tim Cain investigates its current role and reception at the coal face.
Who Is Leading Our Schools?
Increasing confusion now hangs over the role of school governors. In an era of MATs, Julia Steward unpicks the question of what their role really is?