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Objects aim to bring history curriculum to life

11 September 2014

One hundred objects from the collections of museums across the country have been included in a teaching resource aimed at bringing key elements of the new history curriculum to life.


Education ‘paralysed’ by a lack of trust

11 September 2014

Ensuring achievement for all students, building the professional skills of teachers, and promoting collaboration among institutions. These are the three “building blocks” that must be placed “at the heart” of system improvement, school leaders have said.


Pupil attainment linked to teachers’ wellbeing

11 September 2014

Government ministers have been urged to take note of research that suggests there is a significant link between teachers’ health and wellbeing and the examination results of their students. Pete Henshaw reports.


Private tutoring hinders fight for social mobility

11 September 2014

The extent to which the richest families gain educational advantages for their children by paying for private tutoring and other extra-curricular activities has been laid bare in a new study.







At a glance headlines: Thursday, September 11

11 September 2014

Scholarships for trainee computing teachers, exams officer CPD and support, and some new resources for secondary teachers are among the SecEd At a glance headlines for Thursday, September 11.


Facing aggression at the chalkface

11 September 2014

More than half of education staff have faced aggression from students in the last year according to new research, sparking calls for schools to ensure behaviour policies are robust. Pete Henshaw reports.




Young people most likely to volunteer

11 September 2014

Teenagers and young people are among those most likely to do voluntary work, with twice as many 16 to 25-year-olds volunteering now than a decade ago.




At a glance headlines: September 4, 2014

4 September 2014

The latest NEET figures, new resources for coding, and advice for schools on tackling the bullying of deaf children are among the SecEd At a glance headlines for September 4, 2014.


Sexual exploitation of boys over-looked

4 September 2014

The sexual exploitation of boys is being over-looked by schools and other front-line services because of a mistaken belief that they are less vulnerable than girls, according to new research.








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