All children are entitled to participate in PE lessons at school in the UK. Where appropriate, lessons must be inclusive of SEND pupils.
There are a wide range of reasons why young people turn to self-harm and every single case is different but there are certain themes that recur time and time again. Below are some of the most common ones, along with quotes from young people to help you understand why they turned to this unhealthy coping […]
We left behind the notion many years ago that teachers teach, they don’t learn. One only has to look at the thriving community of teachers on Twitter for example to see a massive group of teachers trying hard to learn and understand new ideas, new tools and new ways of teaching. But often that search […]
Regular readers will know that I have a keen interest in student voice, and to get student voice really right you’ve got to know what you’re doing when you come to questionnaire design. With student, parent and staff voice you’ll get really important feedback from your questionnaire if it’s done right – but you’ve got […]
If he hadn’t already in life, in death Steve Jobs has quicky been canonised to that most sacred of states – the management guru. In death people have applied his quotes to all manner of human endeavours. If there was one area though in education where Steve’s wisdom has light to share it’s within the […]
Your pupils are likely to have more to tell you about how you can improve your lessons than Ofsted could ever hope to.
Why and how to include students in your school’s senior leadership team