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At the chalkface: Batter them with kindness

21 March 2018

“No-one ever said I was any good at anything,” Daisy said. This isn’t self-pity, just a statement of fact. No-one has done. Someone should be lynched.

I’m with a low stream 9th year, giving back ...

At the chalkface: Child poverty

10 January 2018

In 2015 there were 30,000 “excess deaths” in England and Wales, according to research. The reason? Simple. “Cuts”. Nothing else.

Teachers are in the classroom, researchers aren’t. Teachers are on ...

News: 2 results

Standing up for our teachers for 400 editions

4 December 2014

SecEd celebrates its 400th edition today – marking 12 years of independent educational journalism and support for the UK's teachers and school leaders.

SecEd celebrates its 400th edition today ...

Grammar schools

15 May 2014

I miss that long gone, silly world. I like its pupils. I can still spot a grammar school boy/girl at a thousand paces – like “Billy Liar”, John Lennon, Maxine Peace, Tony Harrison, Alan Bennett or ...

Best Practice: 1 results

At the chalkface: Photo oops!

26 March 2015

Crash lives in a big estate. His father builds houses, which he’ll never afford. His mother’s an NHS nurse, soon to be sacked. His hobbies are being terrifically angry, kick-boxing, steam trains, and ...

Blog: 192 results

At the chalkface: Speechifying

12 September 2018

"Altitude is attitude,” she says cryptically. Or is it vice-versa? Are we back with the angels? Who knows? The poor pupils are bamboozled.

“Angels get to heaven because they travel ...

At the chalkface: A fellowship of good cheer

5 September 2018

Here’s my top survival tip for the new year. Give this stuff no attention. Junk it completely. Make your classroom immune from it. Cultivate a siege mentality...

Damian Hinds, minister of ...

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