Rachel Bladon highlights how cuts to support staff are severely narrowing choices for children with SEND.
The last few days of school before the Christmas holidays can be tricky. Students are shuffling in their seats, watching the clock, their minds focused on what presents they’re getting this year rather than on their learning. Maybe some fun Christmas activities are the answer?
Give a Book share the great work they do to support literacy and reading for pleasure in the hardest places.
Secondary schoolteacher, Andrew Foakes highlights the relevance and benefits of studying media studies.
With Remembrance Day coming up, we wanted to share the War Poetry resources available on the Education Platform for teachers to access.
In his final blog in his series, James Anderson explores how students can become skilful and effective learners.
In their new book, Michael Anderson and Miranda Jefferson look to the future: how might education be transformed for the better. Here they digest some of their ideas, drawn from observation of education systems across the globe.
Cardiff University's Sian Edwards shares the process of adapting Ánimo into Welsh and how the resource encourages a plurilingual approach to language learning.
Josh Garry suggests how teachers can best engage with their pupils to create a lasting impact and real change in the way that history is taught in our schools.
Looking for a break from textbooks and worksheets? Julie Murray puts forth the argument for using magazines to give your lessons an extra burst of inspiration.