Simple strategies for stress

7th September 2018

How many times have you taken a phone call or caught up on emails while you’re meant to be enjoying your lunch? Brendan Street, clinical lead, cognitive behavioural therapy, discusses how to let go and focus [read more]

From the magazine: The economics of education

5th September 2018

What is economics? What bearing does it have on school management? In the June/July issue of Education Executive, Stephen Mitchell, chief operating officer at the Spencer Academies Trust, Nottingham, explored economics, demonstrating its relevance to the SBL role and [read more]

Flipped Learning; turning learning on its head

4th September 2018

Flipped learning – at its most basic level – means that students are encouraged to take ownership of their educational experience. Technology allows teachers to introduce a subject and students then interact with it in [read more]

From the magazine: Hey big spender! (Part ii)

24th July 2018

With public money comes public accountability. In the June/July issue of Education Executive two of our contributors explored the stipulations and considerations associated with spending public money as well as addressing questions of accountability and compliant procurement Last week, Sue Birchall, [read more]

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