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Tes - 24 January 2020

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How to make maths less scary
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4 steps to make maths feel more relevant to pupils

Anxiety about mathematics is common among children, who often view it as too abstract. Providing an everyday context for their learning can help pupils to overcome their fears and recognise the...

9 min read 24 Jan 2020
Do computers aid learning?

Do computers aid or distract from learning?

In the first column of this three-part series, Jared Cooney Horvath explores whether the technology is a useful classroom tool or does more harm than good

5 min read 24 Jan 2020
Tes focus on... restorative practice
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How schools can successfully implement restorative practice

More and more schools are using restorative justice, which brings together the victim and perpetrator of an incident to find a resolution. But is the approach suited to an educational setting and what...

10 min read 24 Jan 2020
How often should you walk the corridors?

Leaders: how often should you walk the school corridors?

As leader, you don’t want to micromanage staff by constantly patrolling the corridors and dropping into classrooms, but nor do you want to seem aloof and unapproachable. So, how can you strike the...

5 min read 24 Jan 2020
The bucket list for under-fives
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The 50 things your child should do before they turn 5

How can we engage young children in activities that boost their language skills? Helen Amass discovers an innovative scheme run by a Bradford nursery school that has given children and parents...

6 min read 24 Jan 2020
The secret life of the schoolbag

The secret life of schoolbags

Rarely is the humble schoolbag deemed worthy of an academic’s attention, but when Jakob Billmayer began to study its contents and their meaning, he gained fascinating insights into the crossovers...

8 min read 24 Jan 2020
How to make maths less scary
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4 steps to make maths feel more relevant to pupils

Anxiety about mathematics is common among children, who often view it as too abstract. Providing an everyday context for their learning can help pupils to overcome their fears and recognise the...

9 min read 24 Jan 2020
Tes focus on... restorative practice
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How schools can successfully implement restorative practice

More and more schools are using restorative justice, which brings together the victim and perpetrator of an incident to find a resolution. But is the approach suited to an educational setting and what...

10 min read 24 Jan 2020
The bucket list for under-fives
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The 50 things your child should do before they turn 5

How can we engage young children in activities that boost their language skills? Helen Amass discovers an innovative scheme run by a Bradford nursery school that has given children and parents...

6 min read 24 Jan 2020