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Tes - 22 May 2020

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Friendship issues

Behaviour management: dealing with friendship fallouts

Friendship issues can be the scourge of schools, particularly when it comes to the complex dynamics between girls, says headteacher Andrew Hampton. He found that teacher interventions can often make...

7 min read 22 May 2020
Audio-assisted feedback

Could tech improve your feedback?

Supporting struggling readers is a priority for every school, but finding the right route can be tricky. Could technology offer an answer? Michael Galligan, Rachel Goss and Trishna Harjani looked into...

7 min read 22 May 2020
Good stress versus bad stress

How to keep bad stress at bay

In the final part of his series of columns on the difference between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ stress, Jared Cooney Horvath says science shows we can fend off debilitating stress by reinterpreting negative...

4 min read 22 May 2020
Tes Quiz

Tes Quiz: 22 May 2020

Pit your wits against Tes’ weekly general knowledge quiz

1 min read 22 May 2020
Boxing club for vulnerable pupils

The boxing club dealing a knockout blow to exclusions

A boxing club set up and run by key workers such as teachers and police officers is ensuring children stay in school and become active community members, with huge educational benefits, writes its...

6 min read 22 May 2020
Social care emergency

What social distancing has taught us about social care

With the current crisis highlighting the urgent need for more social care workers, Leeds City College has been helping to put more staff on the front line in recent weeks. Now is the time for the...

5 min read 22 May 2020
Teacher performance

Why schools don’t have to judge teachers on results

Most schools link teacher performance to pupils’ academic outcomes, but this is unfair and it takes a toll on staff wellbeing, write Angela Ransby and Lauren Meadows. They explain how they have...

6 min read 22 May 2020

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