How do schools take on board pupils’ views and not simply pay lip service to consulting them? Eleanor, an 18-year-old student, shares her thoughts on what ‘Pupil Voice’ really should mean in practice particularly at a time when violence against women and girls is a major concern.
James Anderson, in the first of a new series of blogs, looks beyond the Growth Mindset approach to the implementation of a more nuanced Mindset Continuum.
This week, Julie Murray ruminates on what happens when copyright and teaching intersect – through the medium of a mural on a school wall.
Adam Riches shares his top tips for giving effective feedback in the classroom.
Should schools embrace the TikTok trend and remain wary of it's drawbacks?
Simon Beale shares how being part o a History Teacher Book Club had a dramatic impact on his historical scholarship and introducing new ideas to the classroom.
In this blog we explore ideas to bring Star Wars into the classroom.
The Action Hero Teacher, Karl Pupé, shares how three Will Smith songs can inspire teachers manage classroom behaviour.
Gareth Loudon looks at the value of creativity and the importance of making it a central part of the education system.
Teacher and writer, Adam Riches, considers plagiarism when it comes to teaching ideas and practices and the importance of giving credit where credit is due.