Tes reveals what the newly elected Conservative government is likely to mean in practice for education
While Inset days can, of course, be valuable, these films and TV programmes are just as valid forms of training, according to Shannen Doherty
In this special edition of the Tes podcast, we ask two experts how schools can ensure their teaching assistants are having the biggest possible impact
When young children arrive at school with negative feelings about writing, it can mean an uphill struggle for teachers. But a boogie can help
But analysis of new House of Commons also reveals that privately educated total remains at 29% compared to 7% of general population
A special election edition of education's favourite policy podcast.
Thousands of research studies are published each year – but how do you figure out which ones are really worth your time and attention? Tes commissioning editor Jon Severs asked nine academics to pick one study from 2019 – and then asked them to explain exactly what those studies say and why they have the potential to change the way you teach for the better