Tes FE issue 9 August 2019

Tes FE - 09 August 2019

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Eating disorders: The telling signs that a student is struggling
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Eating disorders: what you can do to spot and prevent them

Teachers can often be the first to spot the signs of anorexia or bulimia in their students. But if you have concerns, what should you do? And is there any action schools can take to minimise the risk...

How to help pupils with medical needs

How to support pupils with long-term health problems

When it comes to supporting young people with long-term health conditions, schools’ well-meaning efforts often fall short, argues Steve Lowe – so follow these steps to give every child what they need...

Adventures with my early years class
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My year in teaching: adventures with my early years class

Early years teacher Claire Navaie looks back on imaginary trips and amazing adventures from the past 12 months – and explains how her nursery school’s creative and spontaneous approach enables every...

How retrieval practice shaped me
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The research that shaped me: retrieval practice

In the first of a four-part series, Mark Enser recalls feeling dubious about a technique that looked suspiciously like rote learning. But after analysing the evidence, he became an enthusiastic...

Playtime is vital to child development
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Why story-based playtime is vital to child development

Once upon a time, in an education system not very far away, there was a dark and stormy debate about the importance of story-based play in EYFS. But while some claim too much focus on make-believe...

Eating disorders: The telling signs that a student is struggling
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Eating disorders: what you can do to spot and prevent them

Teachers can often be the first to spot the signs of anorexia or bulimia in their students. But if you have concerns, what should you do? And is there any action schools can take to minimise the risk...

Adventures with my early years class
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My year in teaching: adventures with my early years class

Early years teacher Claire Navaie looks back on imaginary trips and amazing adventures from the past 12 months – and explains how her nursery school’s creative and spontaneous approach enables every...

How retrieval practice shaped me
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The research that shaped me: retrieval practice

In the first of a four-part series, Mark Enser recalls feeling dubious about a technique that looked suspiciously like rote learning. But after analysing the evidence, he became an enthusiastic...

Playtime is vital to child development
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Why story-based playtime is vital to child development

Once upon a time, in an education system not very far away, there was a dark and stormy debate about the importance of story-based play in EYFS. But while some claim too much focus on make-believe...