Every year, thousands of families all over Wales are involved in the UK's biggest reading event for children in libraries, the Summer Reading Challenge, which aims to get children between the ages of 4 and 11 to read six books or more from their..
The Republic of Ireland's referendum to liberalise abortion laws in May was one of the most visual campaigns in the country's history.
It was another sign of massive societal change coming just three years after the country's same-sex ..
A few years ago, I was invited to be a member of the panel that helped to select the original board of what has now become the Chartered College of Teaching. Aside from then becoming a member when it launched, I have had no further involvement, and h..
The focus of Scottish initial teacher training programmes on numeracy, literacy and child development has undergone change over the last few decades, primarily due to the requirements set out in the report Teaching Scotland’s Future (Donaldson 2011)…
Voting in the elections for Officers of the NEU – Treasurer & Membership & Equality Officer closed at midday Wednesday, 11 July 2018. The following have been elected:
Treasurer – Hazel Danson
Membership & Equality Officer – Louise Regan
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‘[I]f an agent submits a manuscript written by a gay transgender Caribbean who dropped out of school at seven and powers around town on a mobility scooter, it will be published, whether or not said manuscript is an incoherent, tedious, meandering and..
Reading time: 3 minutes. Download poster: Take a moment
We encourage you and your colleagues to participate in celebrating what you are proud of doing this year, together we make a difference for the life changes of young people. Download the poster..
Reading time: 3 minutes. Relevant programme: Teacher Effectiveness Enhancement Programme (TEEP)
Corinne Settle was deeply affected by seeing prisoners’ responses to educational opportunities
I often pinch myself at the incredible and privileged rol..
A grammar school that forced out pupils unlikely to achieve high grades in their A-Levels acted illegally, an independent inquiry has found.
The policy at St Olave's school in London from 2010 to 2017 meant pupils were treated as “collateral dam..
School students debated relevance of religious education in Westminster
80 students from across England travelled to Parliament on Monday 9 July for the second Youth Debate on the role of religious education in schools.
They were welcomed to Westmi..