In the classroom

Changes to the way Ofsted inspections take place by Becca Wren

We heard at Real 2015 from David Brown HMI about some of the latest Ofsted reforms and how they will affect you; here's a rundown of some of the planned changes that have ... Read More

Ignite your imagination and step inside a story by Becca Wren

Oxfordshire Children's Read-A-Thon and Family Fun Day 2015 On Saturday September 12th we were lucky enough to be invited to host a technology corner at the Oxfordshire ... Read More

6 Key themes from Real 2015 by Becca Wren

This year's event spanned every aspect of education, from Ofsted reforms to emerging trends in technology; but there were also some key Real - kerrythemes which emerged ... Read More

ICT gremlins or meerkats by Lesley Smith

How confident are your teaching staff when it comes to using ICT? Do your teachers avoid planning lessons using ICT because it can't always be trusted? Is your ICT seen as ... Read More

Pupil Premium Narrowing the Attainment Gap by Sankar

It already seems like a lifetime ago when Liberal Democrats Nick Clegg and David Laws persuaded the coalition administration to adopt a measure to close the attainment gap ... Read More

Is there a better way to track and assess pupil progress by Sankar

In our last blog, we looked at how you can use your MIS to provide valuable insights into your school data to support your School Development Plans. This time we are ... Read More

Penguin Random House titles available through RM Books by Admin

Penguin Random House UK partners with RM Education to make ebooks available to schools RM Education, the UK's leading education technology supplier, today announced that ... Read More

Life after Levels: Is it getting any clearer yet? by Hugh Lorimer

Hugh Lorimer There has been a lot of confusion around how schools should approach 'Life after Levels' and there are still a lot of questions. Hugh Lorimer, Assessment ... Read More

Life Beyond Levels by Andy Hutt

The current state of national assessment arrangements reminds me of an old joke about the country that decides to change on which side of the road traffic should drive. To ... Read More

How do you prepare your students for the world of work? by Imogen Naylor-Higgs

It is becoming increasingly recognised that young people need to develop their employability skills, alongside qualifications, in preparation for the world of work and ... Read More

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