Schools are failing to teach about the empire to a meaningful degree, writes Peter Tait, and...

It would be 'folly' to cancel next year's GCSEs and A-levels without a well-planned and tested...

Education will only change for the better if educators help form policies that prepare children for...

It is not weak to ask for help in these testing times, writes Tracy Shand...

Wales' move to swap the 2021 GCSEs and A-levels for classroom tests sounds 'rather like exams', ...

The upheaval from Covid-19 could let us rethink the role and structure of GCSEs, writes Paul Dwyer...

In Lincoln, partnerships between schools and universities have been of huge mutual benefit, argues...

Affirmation, rather than praise, could be a good way for leaders to encourage and motivate staff...


A school mental health conference helps parents support their teenagers through difficult times, writes Emma Hattersley from Godolphin School


Uncertainty over exams could lead to some markers dropping out - which will create opportunities for other staff, writes Susan Barnhurst


Schools are missing out on top female staff if they remain blinkered over flexible working, writes Lindsay Patience


As the pressures on heads and other school managers grow, they must find moments of 'flow and joy', says Tom Rogerson from Cottesmore School


Andrew Christie explains why his school was determined to bring the joys of Greek and Latin to local state schools


Antonia Berry explains how learning has been transformed by a visionary renovation and extension project


Governors should not be afraid to challenge the curriculum status quo even in Covid times, writes Peter Tait


Providers have written to Boris Johnson to warn the freeze on overnight stays could cost 6,000 jobs by January


Nicola Griffiths got a lot more than she expected when she was promoted to acting head shortly before the Covid-19 crisis


David James reflects on the difficulties staff have faced during the Covid crisis - and how it has brought people together


Nicola Griffiths explores the most constructive ways to let pupils and teachers know how they are doing


Ian Power from the HMC says 'vast majority' of teachers trained on SCITTs now have jobs in the state system


Independent schools' ability to move fast and decisively has worked to their advantage in the pandemic, writes IAPS chief executive Chris King


Exposure to great role models and a broad range of experiences will help children find their purpose, writes Professor Ger Graus


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


Future careers will be defined by uncertainty, so let's rethink education


George Budd outlines how his school introduced an 'innovative and supportive' way to evaluate staff


Exams results chaos has thrown a spanner in the works for schools trying to plan


Tired staff face a school year fraught with uncertainties, but we can remain hopeful, writes Sean Fenton


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


Most heads will say that racism does not happen in their school, but it does, says Elaine Cunningham-Walker


Independent schools need to tell their wider communities how they helped during the Covid crisis, says Zoe MacDougall


A considered approach to human resources will be more vital than ever after lockdown


A child starting school this September could go to university in 2038 and enter the workforce in 2041 or 2042


School managers need to ensure that their decisions and actions live up to their stated values


Chartered Teacher Status recognises the knowledge, skills and behaviours of excellent teachers, says Dame Alison Peacock