Tes issue 8 November 2019

Tes - 08 November 2019

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Make a drama out of punctuation
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Active learning: make a drama out of teaching punctuation

Let’s face it, Spag can sometimes be a drag for students and teachers. To make the topic more engaging, Laura Beatty tried introducing ‘active learning’ – with some promising results

How to set up pupils up for GCSE from reception

GCSE study preparation can start from Reception

Teachers in Year 7 have little idea of what their new arrivals have learned owing to a lack of collaboration with primary schools, warns Emily Maule. She reveals what she discovered when, as director...

Why I dropped debates

Student debates: there’s no argument for them

As a newly minted teacher, Mark Roberts thought hosting debates would inspire his pupils with the art of logic – in fact, these lessons quickly descended to the level of Prime Minister’s Questions

How to address social inequality
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Tes focus on...How schools can address social inequality

While teachers tend to see closing the gap for disadvantaged students as an important part of their role, some of the day-to-day practices within schools may be inadvertently exacerbating societal...

What's your leadership style?
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What’s your school leadership style?

Do you lead by throwing your weight around? Or are you more of a role model who gains the respect of others by knowing everything there is to know about education? Ryan Campbell weighs up the pros and...

Why can't schools cope with stepparents?

Why can’t schools cope with stepparents?

Hundreds of thousands of pupils today are part of a stepfamily – so why don’t schools know how to deal with stepparents? Lucy Rycroft-Smith describes how her partner has been frozen out by her...

Make a drama out of punctuation
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Active learning: make a drama out of teaching punctuation

Let’s face it, Spag can sometimes be a drag for students and teachers. To make the topic more engaging, Laura Beatty tried introducing ‘active learning’ – with some promising results

How to address social inequality
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Tes focus on...How schools can address social inequality

While teachers tend to see closing the gap for disadvantaged students as an important part of their role, some of the day-to-day practices within schools may be inadvertently exacerbating societal...

What's your leadership style?
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What’s your school leadership style?

Do you lead by throwing your weight around? Or are you more of a role model who gains the respect of others by knowing everything there is to know about education? Ryan Campbell weighs up the pros and...