By guest blogger: Danau Tanu, PhD, School of Social Sciences, The University of Western Australia Over the past few decades, international schools have become increasingly popular among the financially privileged who praise them for the high quality of education and the international perspective that they offer. International schools like to celebrate the number of nationalities … Continue reading Are International Schools colourblind?
By Elsie Whittington I, like countless other’s welcome and support the Secretary of State for Education, Justine Greening’s, statement in parliament at the beginning of March which intends make Sex and Relationships Education (SRE) statutory and as such delivered in all primary and secondary schools in England and Wales. Like numerous academics, activists, and educators … Continue reading Supporting Statutory Sex and Relationships Education
Rachel Thomson Head teacher of Knowleswood Primary school Dean Tombling is spending his pupil premium (65% of children are eligible) to fund a whole school intervention where artists using a model of reflective practice, support children to realise their potential. The key ingredients of the approach are: QUALITY using high quality materials and expecting high … Continue reading How to spend your pupil premium?