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Let’s hear it from a student’s mouth
At the age of 22 I stumbled across emails from my former teachers. I cried as I read them and in those moments I had a major realisation and invaluable learning …
The music app your child uses that could be more dangerous than you think
Do your children use music apps? – They could be more dangerous than you think.
How 'Gifted and Talented' policies destroy access to true intelligence
Is any child more special than another? All have gold to bring. "It’s like they are saying we are not worth anything," says a student not chosen for the ‘Gifted and Talented’ programme.
An ever-complicating system
Is our ever-complicating education system truly preparing our young people for the world of work?
The new conversation and the dangers of circulation energy
What if the expansive future of education lay in our hands and voices, free from the imposition of past thought and expression?
What if we gave children the space to develop at their own pace?
It can be easy for parents to become anxious about their child’s early development, but what if we gave children the space to learn in their own time?
What does school look like?
Could it be that the greatest education that can be gained in the world takes place well beyond the confines of any one school?
From reactions and tensions, to harmony within the family
Both parents and kids carry tension home with them every day, and often this gets played out at home, causing disharmony in the family. Katie Walls looks at how we can change this dynamic.
OMG… I got it wrong again!
Imagine if Fleming, the person who discovered penicillin, had thrown out his mouldy petri dish, thinking he had done his experiment wrong!
Teaching is a marathon and not a sprint… are you ready to get fit?
Tips on how to get to the end of term without the usual teacher burnout.