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5 lessons from a new headteacher in lockdown

Appointed to his first headteacher role just before Covid-19 struck, Raj Mann found himself taking over a school in lockdown. The experience gave him valuable insight into leadership in difficult...

6 min read 24 Jul 2020
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5 ways schools can tackle racism

Stamping out racism will take many years, but education strategies are crucial, says Shaleena Anand. So, here are some ideas that schools can adopt to make a difference

3 min read 24 Jul 2020
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Tackle racism by teaching about our multiple identities

Witnessing how radicalised young people identify solely as being one race or religion, Prevent officer Elizabeth Kitto designed resources to help primary children to see themselves holistically...

7 min read 24 Jul 2020
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What school leaders can learn from doctors

Early in this pandemic, medical staff were asked what kind of support they needed from their leaders in a crisis – and their responses offer a few pointers for headteachers, writes Megan Dixon

3 min read 24 Jul 2020
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Why I got my students to write their own GCSE exams

Struggling to engage some of his GCSE resit students in English, Tom Vines hit upon an idea – asking them what was wrong with the exam. Encouraging learners to deconstruct past questions and write...

8 min read 24 Jul 2020
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Why schools have got girls’ friendships wrong

Friendships between female pupils are often painted as being difficult, but we misunderstand how girls themselves view friendships – and this leads us to be more hindrance than help, finds Grainne...

5 min read 24 Jul 2020
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5 lessons from a new headteacher in lockdown

Appointed to his first headteacher role just before Covid-19 struck, Raj Mann found himself taking over a school in lockdown. The experience gave him valuable insight into leadership in difficult...

6 min read 24 Jul 2020
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Tackle racism by teaching about our multiple identities

Witnessing how radicalised young people identify solely as being one race or religion, Prevent officer Elizabeth Kitto designed resources to help primary children to see themselves holistically...

7 min read 24 Jul 2020
Dress form mannequins - tailor-made exams mocks resits
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Why I got my students to write their own GCSE exams

Struggling to engage some of his GCSE resit students in English, Tom Vines hit upon an idea – asking them what was wrong with the exam. Encouraging learners to deconstruct past questions and write...

8 min read 24 Jul 2020