AV1 keeps children with cancer in touch with their schools. Now it is a channel for blended learning and could be a lifeline for children with poor mental health
A simple card can reveal a child's talents. Time for education and training to help young people move into their Thrive Zones says Emer O’Donnell
Coventry has a key role in the history of theatre in England and, thanks to Open Theatre, young people with learning disabilities are centre stage in the CoC's current plans
Hilary Leevers, CEO of Engineering UK, looks at how technology is helping young people to explore a greater range of career options as scientists, technicians and engineers
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Language and music expert Susanna Zaraysky comments on new research from Deezer exploring the connection between music and learning languages
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!
It was a challenge to keep pupils on task week after week during lockdown. Sal McKeown got some hints and tips from Simon Howe and David Kavanagh at Ashton on Mersey School
This report by the Edge Foundation shows a well-established correlation between the impact of the skills system and the level of economic growth achieved in local communities
Its a fundamental mistake to assume that older children have learned to write effectively by the time they reach 16 and older. Often the underlying skills to effectively think through an argument and present it clearly, are missing. Even if a child has the logical and analytical skills structuring an essay is a taught skill. This knowledge Bank draws together some articles and resources which may help you scaffold effective essay writing and responding to extended exam questions.