School Librarians Want Bigger Role In Information Literacy and Fighting Fake News
Like everyone, over the last year, school librarians have had to find ways to adapt to the changing landscape. They have coped brilliantly. But the return to normal will bring back some difficult frustrations, as Elizabeth Hutchinson reports
Generation On Mute – An Open Letter To The Department for Education and Ofqual
The Principal of UTC South Durham calls the DfE and Ofqual to account for the inadequate time they are giving students to complete technical studies - and for not listening!
Cultural Competency – And How To Make Sure Your Children Have It
A socialisation of children which can facilitate them becoming effective players in national and globally inter-connected economies is becoming ever more complex. PISA has recognised this with a new assessment on Cultural Competence. But what does this mean for schools?
Is Teaching A Contract For Poor Health?
Mental health distress among teachers has always been high, but now with Covid its soaring! Melanie! Nunn , a qualified Mental Health First Aid instructor at Strictly Education, asks whether its time schools got serious about it?