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Why colleges should be optimistic

The college sector's prospects have changed, despite Brexit delays and funding pressures, says the Association of Colleges' David Hughes

It looks like government is starting to see the importance of colleges - and their lack of funding, says David Hughes

David Hughes
20 May 2019

Book review: The Monkey-Proof Box

The Monkey-Proof Box: Curriculum Design For Building Knowledge, Developing Creative Thinking And Promoting Independence

Lear's book is entertaining – but, says Clare Sealey, it seems conflicted, advocating explicit teaching in some chapters only and pupil-led discovery in others

Clare Sealey
19 May 2019

Literacy: the importance of WAGOLL

literacy model writing

It’s easy for primary pupils to get overwhelmed by writing tasks that demand unfamiliar skills - so make the most of models to guide them

Philippa Seymour
18 May 2019

Are we right to welcome AI into schools?

AI in schools

AI is already taking root in education - and offering exciting, efficient new ways of working. But we need to be aware of potential problems

Omar Al-Farooq
16 May 2019

How can we tackle maths anxiety?

National numeracy day, maths, maths anxiety, primary maths, secondary maths

Getting rid of tests entirely isn’t enough – we need to address the entrenched maths anxiety pupils feel, write two experts

Jill Cornish and Derry Richardson
15 May 2019