Recently the UK High court determined that Parliament must vote on whether the UK can start the procedure of Article 50 to leave the European Union. Newspapers reacted, with some branding the high court judges as ‘Enemies of the people’ which also prompted a call for an increase in citizenship lessons and resources to be introduced by the government in …
Technology can help improve literacy rates for boys and other reluctant readers. Gadgets may replace the printed book as a favoured format.
More work needed to address the significant reading skills gap between local authorities to ensure that all pupils are not disadvantaged.
Gifted students offer huge benefit to society when given the right educational opportunities. Yet we are allowing much of this human capital to go to waste.
Educational accountability should be shared by parents and schools alike, as research finds a link between family involvement and child attainment.
The Character Awards aim to encourage schools to develop non academic strengths such as grit, optimism and resilience in their pupils.
The implications of recent changes to the apprenticeship system, and addressing the gender divide in apprenticeship enrolment for STEM careers.
Intelligent students who break the rules are more likely to become successful entrepreneurs in adulthood. New research questions the zero tolerance policy in many schools.
Private school teacher Heather Martin suggests that children should be allowed to learn English by accident rather than through dedicated subject lessons.
The UK’s first state-funded e-school, the ‘Wey Ecademy’, aims to offer disruption free virtual education to hundreds of students.