PODCASTS

Make GCSEs 'accessible', say AQA's new pupil advisers

GCSEs need to be accessible

"I firmly believe that it is only through listening and engaging with young people in groups such as this that we will be able to make any real or meaningful change," says chair of exam board's new student group

Catherine Lough
16 Jan 2020

Tes International podcast: Jane Larsson on safeguarding

balance wheels - protection

Tes head of content Ed Dorrell talks safeguarding and child protection with Jane Larsson, executive director of the Council of International schools and chair of the International Taskforce on Child Protection

Ed Dorrell
16 Jan 2020

Why it's time to abandon key stages

Four pieces of a jigsaw puzzle, being joined together

Instead of thinking of education as five distinct phases, we should see it as a process of progression, says Leora Cruddas

Leora Cruddas
15 Jan 2020

Have Ofsted's problems only just begun?

Have Ofsted's problems only just begun?

The watchdog survived a term of its controversial new inspections largely unscathed. But, with MATs on the attack and an overflowing in tray, Ofsted is entering dangerous waters

William Stewart
14 Jan 2020

In defence of the NPQH

NPQH

After John Stanier's criticisms of the NPQH, one provider argues it's a key route to headship – when it's well delivered

Cavelle Priestley-Bird
14 Jan 2020