The 4th edition of Amazing Things – the guide to youth awards in Scotland has been launched by the Awards Network to coincide with the 2017 Scottish Learning Festival. Featuring 26 youth award providers and more than double the number of youth awards..
Growth in the use of private tutoring frequently hits the headlines. The Sutton Trust estimates the annual value of the private tuition market in the United Kingdom to be worth between £1-2 billion per year. The Trust has also found that, over the la..
We have reviewed the response paper and picked out the elements that are most relevant to your work with children with SEND.
The paper considers EYFS, KS1 and KS2 separately.
Actions to be taken relating to the EYFS:
consider reducing the numb..
CCEA provide a range of face to face training events and webinars to support primary and Key Stage 3 teachers in learning, teaching and assessment. These include scheduled courses in both English and Irish Medium on, for example, Standard Setting Sup..
STA assessment update: 19 September 2017
Standards and Testing Agency
19 September 2017
Latest information and actions from the Standards and Testing Agency (STA) for schools, academies, local authorities an..
“For kids, it is daunting. They come into a refuge, move schools and move again, and move schools again.”
A survivor of domestic abuse explains how children's schooling can be disrupted when a family has to move homes because of domestic violenc..
Domestic abuse is an endemic but not inevitable problem, inspectors said today (Tuesday 19 September).
A report on the response for children living with domestic abuse finds that social workers, the police, health professionals and other agencies su..
Turkey's schools have begun the new academic year with a controversial curriculum that leaves out the theory of evolution and brings in the concept of jihad.
For Turkey's Islamist-rooted government, the idea is for a new “education of value..
Read a summary of key points from the Government's response to the Rochford Review.
The Rochford Review of statutory assessment arrangements for pupils who are working below the standard of national curriculum tests, led by Diane Rochford, pr..
New analysis of the Government’s School Workforce Census reveals that more than one in four (28%) state secondary schools are struggling to meet their legal obligation to teach pupils about major religions and systems of belief, depriving teenager..