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Tes FE - 23 April 2021

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Tes' 10 questions: NAHT president and primary school headteacher Ruth Davies

10 questions with…NAHT president Ruth Davies

Outgoing NAHT president Ruth Davies recalls the English teacher who taught her to think for herself and tells Tes about her hopes for the education system post-Covid

9 min read 23 Apr 2021
School exclusions: What is really happening in terms of exclusions and off-rolling?
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School exclusions: what’s really happening?

Anecdote and opinion dominate debates about children’s exclusion from school. But what does the evidence say about how we should approach this divisive issue? Loic Menzies and Abi Angus attempt to get...

13 min read 23 Apr 2021
Relational expertise: What makes a teacher an expert?
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Relational expertise: What makes an expert teacher?

Homeschooling opened many parents’ eyes to the value of teachers’ expertise. So, how do they do it? Lorna Shires says it’s to do with the unique ways they are able to improve the practice of others

7 min read 23 Apr 2021
Fresh thinking from NQTs: What new teachers can teach experienced educators in schools

What NQTs can teach experienced teachers

Don’t bristle when the newbie chips in with a new idea or criticism – even experienced teachers can learn from those trained in the latest pedagogies, finds Nikki Cunningham-Smith

3 min read 23 Apr 2021
Tes weekly highlights: Ofsted judgements, GCSE guidance and teaching students hope for the future

Can we teach hope for the future of the world?

Sensing that young people are increasingly losing faith in the future, David Alcock set about putting negative media reporting into perspective by showing students that, historically, things are...

5 min read 23 Apr 2021
Covid and online learning: How can schools make the most of edtech after the pandemic?

How to keep edtech working for you post-Covid

Predictions are rife about the long-term digital transformation of education after Covid, so we should work out what we want to change and why, writes Alex Quigley

3 min read 23 Apr 2021
Systems leadership: How school leaders can harness hidden talent among teachers and staff
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Systems leadership: Harness the talent in your school

Systems leadership is all about spotting the right people in your school to share their wisdom and best practice, regardless of job title. And it can lead to dramatic improvements, says Neil Miller

6 min read 23 Apr 2021
School exclusions: What is really happening in terms of exclusions and off-rolling?
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School exclusions: what’s really happening?

Anecdote and opinion dominate debates about children’s exclusion from school. But what does the evidence say about how we should approach this divisive issue? Loic Menzies and Abi Angus attempt to get...

13 min read 23 Apr 2021
Relational expertise: What makes a teacher an expert?
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Relational expertise: What makes an expert teacher?

Homeschooling opened many parents’ eyes to the value of teachers’ expertise. So, how do they do it? Lorna Shires says it’s to do with the unique ways they are able to improve the practice of others

7 min read 23 Apr 2021
Systems leadership: How school leaders can harness hidden talent among teachers and staff
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Systems leadership: Harness the talent in your school

Systems leadership is all about spotting the right people in your school to share their wisdom and best practice, regardless of job title. And it can lead to dramatic improvements, says Neil Miller

6 min read 23 Apr 2021