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Tes - 27 August 2021

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Tes' 10 questions with…Cat Scutt

Tes' 10 questions with…Cat Scutt

The director of education and research at the Chartered College of Teaching recalls learning Latin in her lunch break and what it was like to work with her former English teacher, and reveals why she...

6 min read 27 Aug 2021
Remembering names: Why learning pupils' names is important for teachers at the start of term

The power of learning pupil names as a new term starts

Putting names to the sea of faces sitting in front of you at the start of the new term can be tricky but research suggests that the sooner you master them, the sooner your students will begin to learn...

8 min read 27 Aug 2021
How neuroscience research can help schools to support struggling pupils

How neuroscience can help struggling pupils

It’s a field that offers us a chance to better understand the brain processes involved in learning, but further research is needed on the application of neuroscience in schools. Victoria Knowland and...

6 min read 27 Aug 2021
The Baker Clause: Is your school breaking the law with its careers advice?

Is your school breaking the law on careers advice?

Four years ago, legislation was introduced to force schools to give FE providers access to students to discuss technical and vocational routes – but some are still not complying. Kate Parker asks an...

6 min read 27 Aug 2021

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