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Free schools tickets and CPD for Twelfth Night at the Globe

Free schools tickets and CPD for Twelfth Night at the Globe

Shakespeare’s Globe has announced that Twelfth Night is to be the 2016 schools production – when the Playing Shakespeare scheme will mark its 10th anniversary. The initiative offers free tickets, CPD, workshops and resources for secondary s…

2nd July 2015
Best practice, case studies and innovation at SecEd's 4th National Pupil Premium and Ofsted Conference

Best practice, case studies and innovation at SecEd's 4th National Pupil Premium and Ofsted Conference

A range of Ofsted and Pupil Premium experts and case study schools will once again be on hand to discuss innovative, effective and proven strategies at SecEd’s Fourth National Ensuring Successful Outcomes conference. Taking place on Friday, Octob…

1st July 2015
Pupil Premium: Meet the Pupil Achievement Team

Pupil Premium: Meet the Pupil Achievement Team

The Pupil Achievement Team is a core part of Bay House School’s Pupil Premium strategy. Kim Chaney and Keira St John-Mosse explain how it works   Our school, Bay House School and Sixth Form, is different to a lot of schools. Its large size (m…

25th June 2015

At a glance headlines: June 18, 2015

An autism and art competition, puberty education resources and a poetry by heart challenge are among the SecEd at a glance headlines for June 18, 2015 Home-Start UK Scottish MPs have praised the work of charity Home-Start UK across its communities. The …

18th June 2015
Narrowing the gender gap: Literacy

Narrowing the gender gap: Literacy

Continuing our focus on the gender gaps in educational outcomes, Matt Bromley asks why boys often underperform in reading and writing when compared to girls – and considers what schools can do to close this gender gap In part one of this series, …

Matt Bromley, 11th June 2015

Hashtag is the word of the year – #honestly

Hashtag – or #, as it is better known – has been declared the children’s word of the year. The trend emerged after Oxford University Press analysed entries to BBC Radio 2’s annual 500 Words short story competition for children aged…

Emma Lee-Potter, 11th June 2015
Narrowing the gender gap: Challenges and solutions

Narrowing the gender gap: Challenges and solutions

Why do gender gaps exist across different aspects of education? Is it how our brains are built or society’s attitudes? And what can schools do to close these gaps? In the first of a three-part series, Matt Bromley takes a look at some of the common …

Matt Bromley, 4th June 2015
Reading enjoyment up, but gender gap is increasing

Reading enjoyment up, but gender gap is increasing

The gender gap in reading continues to grow, evidence from a survey of 32,000 young people aged eight to 18 suggests. The fifth annual National Literacy Trust research report into young people’s reading habits, carried out in November and December …

4th June 2015
Case study: Achieving tough but aspirational targets in English

Case study: Achieving tough but aspirational targets in English

Charged with transforming her school’s English GCSE outcomes, Anna Martin was given a range of tough but aspirational targets. She explains some of the wider strategies and specific interventions they used – many of which could work across any…

Future Leaders, 21st May 2015
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