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Plea for TA review panel to discuss axing of support staff pay body

9 October 2014

Revisiting the scrapping of the support staff negotiating body and sharing best practice more widely. These are two of the suggestions that have already been put forward for consideration by an independent review set up to create new teaching assistant st





At a glance headlines: October 9, 2014

9 October 2014

Curriculum resources based on London's heritage, the annual ADHD Foundation conference, a social enterprise Apprenticeship and a new Shakespeare resource are among SecEd's At a glance headlines for October 9, 2014.












Mental health campaign offers free resources

2 October 2014

Schools are being urged to sign up to a campaign aimed at ending mental health discrimination, with a range of free resources on offer to help tackle this sensitive topic with students.





Algebra worry for A level mathematics

2 October 2014

Many teenagers are embarking on mathematics A level courses with an inadequate grasp of algebra – because they have been able to achieve a good grade at GCSE without mastering it.



Summit to sustain students’ referendum interest

2 October 2014

Scottish education secretary Michael Russell has announced a children and young people’s summit to keep up the momentum of democratic participation that marked the recent referendum on independence.


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