Improving Prospects For BAME Apprentices
Apprenticeships offer a gateway to some of the very best careers so why are BAME young people under-represented?
Award Winning Deaf Teacher An Inspiration For Deaf and Hearing Children Alike
My most uplifting moment of the year so far was when I interviewed Alysha Allen, who has won the 2020 Teacher Of The Year Award despite being profoundly deaf
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
The Importance Of Seeing Yourself In What You Read
One third of ethic minority children don’t recognise themselves in any texts they read and this is undermining their commitment to reading, according to new research. Emily Best, of the National Literacy Association in the UK, explains the findings.