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Classroom teachers in state sector felt generally less anxious than normal during lockdown, a study shows



Testing is vital to understand a child's true ability, but they will underperform at GCSE and A-level if their English is not fluent enough, says Helen Wood



A student and staff questionnaire would help schools benefit from lockdown experiences, writes Peter Tait



Pressure to overachieve and other factors can create unhappiness that ultimately affects performance



Felsted School's international outlook and teamworking focus have made it an incubator for diplomats



Government U-turn gives schools choice, but face coverings will be mandatory in local lockdown areas



Teenagers felt more connected to school when they were not actually attending



A well-managed and thoughtful food operation can teach as well as sustain



Schools will have to keep 'devastated' teachers motivated as the new school year begins