Do you think I’m Sexty? Profile and Prevalence of Sexting in UK Boys
The continuing increase in sexting rates among adolescent boys within the United Kingdom has heightened the need to understand the discourse of sexting. Jon Needham reports on his major longitudinal study of the problem
UK’s Huge Languages Skills Deficit Revealed By Erasmus Exit
By deciding to withdraw from the EU’s world leading international education exchange programme ‘Erasmus+’, the UK has undoubtedly shot itself badly in the foot. Simon Sharron writes how this Brexit 'surprise' serves to underline again the lamentable state of language learning in the UK.
Four Key Strategies That Have Helped Principals Transform Their Schools.
When a school hits rock bottom, with only 13 per cent of its pupils graduating, how should a supervisory team respond? In his second article on bridging the achievement gap in Israeli schools, Gil Pereg outlines the pillars of change
How Can Teachers Promote The Skills Of Self-Regulation In Young Children?
‘Self-regulation’ has become a hot topic, appearing in materials and publications from both the DfE and Ofsted and it will be in n of the EYFS statutory framework due to come into force from September 2021. Sue Cowley draws from her new book to explore the learning behaviours required