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Anger management for children

How to help pupils manage their anger

Anger is an energy – but a much misunderstood one. By recognising it as an emotion to be self-managed, Vicki Williams set about giving secondary students the tools to calm themselves and stave off...

7 min read 30 Oct 2020
Suicide prevention in colleges

How to support students at risk of suicide

Colleges can fall short in their support of students at risk of suicide, but with the right systems in place, cries for help won’t go unheeded, writes Kate Parker

10 min read 30 Oct 2020
Phonics teaching ideas
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The best method of teaching phonics

Amid the tussle over whether phonics should be taught or not, one question is often overlooked: can we teach it better? Jon Severs hears from one of the world’s leading authorities on phonics

6 min read 30 Oct 2020
School sanctions and punishments

What’s the best approach to school punishment?

On the one side are schools that tyrannise pupils with hardline behaviour policies, and on the other, those that shy away from punishment for wrongdoing. Both approaches are misguided, argues...

10 min read 30 Oct 2020
Behaviour management in schools
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Why challenging behaviour needs an individual approach

Found the magic formula for getting disruptive pupils back on track? Think again. A successful intervention with one troubled student is no guarantee that the same approach will work for all, writes...

6 min read 30 Oct 2020
School leadership subject knowledge
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Why subject knowledge is key to school leadership

It’s a monumental task, admits Stuart Lock, but really getting to grips with the substance of your curriculum will take you a lot further than generic leadership initiatives

6 min read 30 Oct 2020
Phonics teaching ideas
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The best method of teaching phonics

Amid the tussle over whether phonics should be taught or not, one question is often overlooked: can we teach it better? Jon Severs hears from one of the world’s leading authorities on phonics

6 min read 30 Oct 2020
Behaviour management in schools
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Why challenging behaviour needs an individual approach

Found the magic formula for getting disruptive pupils back on track? Think again. A successful intervention with one troubled student is no guarantee that the same approach will work for all, writes...

6 min read 30 Oct 2020
School leadership subject knowledge
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Why subject knowledge is key to school leadership

It’s a monumental task, admits Stuart Lock, but really getting to grips with the substance of your curriculum will take you a lot further than generic leadership initiatives

6 min read 30 Oct 2020