Tes issue 12 July 2019

Tes - 12 July 2019

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How to ace the task of feedback
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How to get your written feedback right

Scribbling in the margins is a vital tool in helping students to improve, but miscommunication can warp its impact. Mark Roberts explores the research to identify solutions to five common problems

How can we cut exclusions?
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How we can cut school exclusions?

If we are serious about cutting exclusions, we need to look at why children are reaching the point of being sent home from school, youth expert Simon Edwards tells Jon Severs. No pupil is unteachable,...

How to integrate co-heads into your school
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Making co-headship work for your school

When their school decided to set up a co-headship, some staff and parents were apprehensive, write Emma Turner and Claire Mitchell. But their double act proved hugely beneficial, they say – easing the...

What to do when someone dies

What to do when a pupil or teacher dies

When a pupil, staff member or parent dies unexpectedly, shock waves can be felt throughout school. Yet many headteachers and senior leaders find themselves with no framework or guidelines on how to...

How to ace the task of feedback
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How to get your written feedback right

Scribbling in the margins is a vital tool in helping students to improve, but miscommunication can warp its impact. Mark Roberts explores the research to identify solutions to five common problems

How can we cut exclusions?
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How we can cut school exclusions?

If we are serious about cutting exclusions, we need to look at why children are reaching the point of being sent home from school, youth expert Simon Edwards tells Jon Severs. No pupil is unteachable,...

How to integrate co-heads into your school
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Making co-headship work for your school

When their school decided to set up a co-headship, some staff and parents were apprehensive, write Emma Turner and Claire Mitchell. But their double act proved hugely beneficial, they say – easing the...