Michelle Doyle Wildman from Parentkind gives her take on achieving a successful transition by focusing on the parents, as well as the child.
Learning Platforms have evolved significantly in recent years. Our editors share
some of the interesting players who are making a difference in the classroom.
e-Learning Update issue 63/64
Engaging and motivating children to learn to spell - playing with words, using all your senses and the power of a spelling app can work wonders argues James Passmore.
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.
Dr Rebecca Johnson’s work as a child psychologist convinced her that if parents had space to step back and observe their children, and have some structured guidance to help with reflection, it would allow them to dramatically improve their relationships. She devised an online course to do just that, and its having a big impact.
One in three children leave primary school with a reading level that is below national expectations, with profound consequences for both the child and society. It doesn’t have to be this way, argues Jonathan Douglas.
Marius Frank looks at the findings on securing better outcomes for SEND children involved with the Youth Justice System.
At its core education is about people and, in particular, developing their potential. Just as schools embrace the chance to develop young people so too should they make the most of all opportunities to develop the teachers who shape those young people.